CBMGreatOne wrote:I have to believe that over the course of the season Jerome will have better numbers. That said, if I had both and was forced to go with one, Hillis is the one I'd be starting right now. After Harrison's tremendous finish to the 09 season, I really expected him to come roaring out of the gate in 2010 and that's not what happened. Hillis seems to have the coaching staff's trust right now, but is an underwhelming flex option for the moment. If I could, I'd avoid starting either guy, but I do hold out some hope that Jerome will get it together and become an RB2 option at some point. Just don't punish your lineup by starting him until he proves he can do it.
Agree that Harrison seems like the long term value. I, however, have no problem starting Hillis as long as he's putting the ball in the endzone. TD's are welcome in my flex spot. If Hillis falls out of the coaching staffs hearts, do him no favors. Ride him while you can though.