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Should I start Vincent Jackson or Le'Veon Bell in Week 4


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#1 steelerssix

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 01:08 PM

I know the normal logic is to go with a proven guy in Jackson over a guy like Bell that has never played a game. But Jackson has bruised ribs and his QB has never played. I think Bell will touch the ball at least 15 times total and get some shots if they get near the goal while V-Jax may not get many looks if the QB gets overwhelmed. But, again, V-Jax is a proven player while Bell is not. So who would you choose and why?

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 01:11 PM

You should start by posting this in the AC forum

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 01:13 PM

Thanks allstar, I'm new

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 02:01 PM

I know the normal logic is to go with a proven guy in Jackson over a guy like Bell that has never played a game. But Jackson has bruised ribs and his QB has never played. I think Bell will touch the ball at least 15 times total and get some shots if they get near the goal while V-Jax may not get many looks if the QB gets overwhelmed. But, again, V-Jax is a proven player while Bell is not. So who would you choose and why?


Welcome to Rotoworld! :)

VJax's status for Sunday is still up in the air. If Jackson goes, I'd go with him, especially in a PPR format.

PS. For future reference: Don't forget to include at least your basic league information (PPR, standard, etc). Good luck!
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