In a PPR, I would rarely if ever start 3 running backs, unless I've got 3 #1 studs, or #3 backs like MJD that catch a ton of passes. In your case, you've got 3 good backs in MJD/Benson/Addai, but Benson has a terrible matchup. Even with EJ Henderson out for MN, the D-line is still intact, so I'd be sitting Benson. Denver can't stop the run, so Addai is an obvious start, and MJD is matchup-proof so I'd go with those 2 for your RBs. McCoy is up against the Giants who are actually pretty good against the run this year. So, while you have 4 decent RBs, because of the matchups, I'd only start 2 of them.
That said, your WRs are a little suspect. While I would normally start 3 WR in a PPR, you don't have a very good stable of WRs and you may only have 2 worth starting (Jennings and Smith). I'd explore your waiver wire and see what's out there. Someone like Davone Bess or Donnie Avery might still be out there, and both have decent matchups this week. I don't like Roy Williams...ever. Maclin has started to come into his own and the Eagles pass it a lot. D-Jax should be back in the mix for the Eagles though, but I think Maclin still gets some looks. Austin Collie hasn't done much with Pierre Garcon getting all the action, although Collie may get worked in if the Colts decide to start sitting players next week or the week after. This week though I'd roll with Jennings and Smith, and I'd probably take Maclin over Roy Williams and Austin Collie. Benson might be worth a start in your flex spot over Maclin though. That's the only tough decision as I see it.
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