So anonymous says "It's that simple, just do the math". OK, let's do it. Bledsoe has had three good weeks. Week 1 against the Jets - nuff said. Week 2 against the Vikings - again, nuff said. Week 3 against Denver. I'll give him that week. He now will have to face the Bears, Raiders, Miami twice and the Pats (maybe twice depending upon how long your season is). I like Bledsoe but I can be realistic. This is a QB who has not thrown 20 TD's since 1998. However, he has thrown over 20 interceptions since then ('99). He has not had a real quality fantasy year since 1997. Are you in a hurry to pick up Peete? I didn't think so. Do you drop Faulk or Alexander because they're not yet up to par by week 3? No way!Meanwhile, Dillon has been on a crappy team for all 5 previous years and each year has had no less than 1,300 total yards and at least 5 TD's and that was his WORST year. He had a terrible week 1, but went over 100 in week 2. Especially since Dillon gets to run on the Colts and the Texans twice. McNair has "only" 600 yards, but he also has only one less TD than Bledsoe. Not to mention, he gets the Texans twice also and Dillons hapless Bengals D!
I ask you, is a great back like Dillon worth giving away to make up the difference between McNair and Bledsoe? Absolutely not.