methodair wrote:no way dude even a healthy hillis sucks hes going to split carries when he comes back anyway and clevelands all about the west coast offense they are no longer a run-heavy team
True, but in a PPR league, Hillis has more value due to catching passes in that west coast offense. If he goes for 50 rushing yards and 50 receiving yards on 4-6 catches, thats a pretty decent day, especially if he tosses in a TD here or there.
My big problem is the offense has no continuity due to injuries. I'm not sure Hillis can stay on the field enough for them to regroup.