I agree that you gotta roll Bush.
Chicago was the 5th ranked rush D but allowed 16 rushing TD's last season.
N.E. was the 15th rush D. but only allowed 8 rushing TD's.
So that means limited yards with Grant but strong chance of a TD.
In the passing game Chicago was terrible last year. They were ranked 30th in pass D. Allowing over 254 yards per game and 21 total passing TD's.
N.E. was ranked 15th allowing 216 yards per game but 27 passing TD's.
So what this means is that who do you feel will be the best receiving back? Jackson, even though limited in play the past 2 seasons, has had more catches out of the back field but no receiving TD's in his career.
I feel Jackson will get you the most yards but probably not any TD's.
Grant won't get many yards but has a better shot of getting you 1 or maybe 2 TD's this weekend.
It is really almost a coin flip as I don't see either of them being much better than the other.
But I am leaning towards Grant.
Why? Because Buffalo played N.E. twice last season. Jackson even started and played the entire 2nd game. Though he did rush for 136 yards in that game Buffalo never scored a single point in that game. With all the crap going on in Buffalo right now I see them getting handled big time sunday.
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