If Dillon is your only other option then yes start him but be prepared for his numbers to be down again. When Cincy falls behind early, which will happen often, they are taken out of thier game plan and have a hard time making sure he gets his 20-25 touches. Thier coach has a tendency to bail on establishing Dillon as the player that the other team is going to have to shut down goes to the pass and once he does it seems as though that is all he does, but it never seems to work. What he needs to do is stick with the game plan and get the ball in Cory's hands. Until he does this you can expect Dillon's numbers to be very inconsistant.