Brown. Bottom line, Bell doesn't score, so the yardage difference is easily compensated. Also, Brown is good for 30+ receiving yards a game in most cases.
In my main league with very standard scoring (10yd=1pt,TD=6, no PPR) Bell is averaging 8 points per game to Brown's 11. Brown is the 9th ranked RB, between LT2 and Fred Taylor. Bell is the 33rd ranked back on the season, between Jamal Lewis and Lamont Jordan.
Granted Bell's played one less game, but I think it's clear he's purely a yardage back who will come out of the year with 1400 total yards and maybe 5 scores. I would take Ronnie Brown's 1000-1100 total yards (pessimistic yardage total) and 10 TD any day.
Last edited by skinsfan on Fri Oct 13, 2006 12:41 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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