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    my number one running back is steven jackson but my number 2 slot is giving me trouble, i dont know who to pick! Should i start Jahvid Bestg v bears, Stewart vs Giants... or Foster vs Colts? THX and much appreciated


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    Re: Fantasy help!

    Originally posted by ludairv View Post
    my number one running back is steven jackson but my number 2 slot is giving me trouble, i dont know who to pick! Should i start Jahvid Bestg v bears, Stewart vs Giants... or Foster vs Colts? THX and much appreciated


    EXCITED FOR SUNDAY GO RAMS!!!!!!:helmet::helmet::helmet::helmet:
    Best vs the bears I'm not sure about since he isn't the starter there. I would say stewart vs the giants. I would say the texans are gonna throw alot because of being behind to the colts.

    Last year stewart set franchise record with 206 yards in a game against the giants.
    Last edited by sjacksonrules; -09-10-2010, 02:43 PM.

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      Originally posted by sjacksonrules View Post
      Best vs the bears I'm not sure about since he isn't the starter there.
      Best is starting in Detroit, and I'd be tempted to take him this week. I agree that Foster against the Colts might not get enough touches, and though Stewart should be a good option this season, he didn't touch the ball in the preseason so you don't know what his Week 1 workload will look like. Giants should be improved on D, Bears have question marks and their offense might not be ready for a lot of scoring. Best could be in for a nice share of touches.

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        Originally posted by Nick View Post
        Best is starting in Detroit, and I'd be tempted to take him this week. I agree that Foster against the Colts might not get enough touches, and though Stewart should be a good option this season, he didn't touch the ball in the preseason so you don't know what his Week 1 workload will look like. Giants should be improved on D, Bears have question marks and their offense might not be ready for a lot of scoring. Best could be in for a nice share of touches.
        O ok I did not know he was the starter. I looked on the lions website and it looked like he was the backup. In that case I would say its a toss up then between stewart and best then.

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          Looks like we were both wrong about Arian Foster. What a Week One performance!

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            Originally posted by Nick View Post
            Looks like we were both wrong about Arian Foster. What a Week One performance!
            We really couldn't have been more wrong.

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