Id got with Richardson here, he is working his way into the rams offense nicely and with this possibley being jacksons last year i think he will get more work as the season goes on. the other RB id go with Bolden, NE has been using alot more of a run game but the only hard thing is figuring out which NE RB will get the bulk of the carries. If not Bolden id go with Blount. I think he will get more carries as the season goes but id expect martin to get his share also. Thanks for mine
10Man Standard Scoring QB-MATT RYAN RB-ADRIAN PETERSON, Fred Jackson, Reggie Bush, Chris Johnson, Maurice Jones-Drew, Ahmad Bradshaw WR-CALVIN JOHNSON, MIKE WALLACE, Roddy White, Denarius Moore TE-VERNON DAVIS, Owen Daniels K-Shayne Graham DEF-HOU
i'd go with Bolden (just barely over Richardson). it seems like if Ridley can't get it going, Belicheck wouldn't have any problem switching to Bolden. maybe a few weeks from now, Hunter might be an option if Gore wears down.
Ridley has not been able to get yardage where Bolden has, and Ridley has fumbled, which is a belichek no-no.
Richardson is more productive than Jackson with less touches, and Jackson appears gone after this season, so the team may invest in Richardson.
It's a bit of luck as to who will do more quicker. Bolden plays in a better offense, but is injured and playing for a coach that will mix it up a lot. Richardson is productive now and could take more snaps sooner, but for a worse offense.
Thanks for everyone's responses. I appreciate the help. I made one move so far and dropped Best and replaced him with Bolden. I'm still looking to drop Battle as I don't think he'll do anything the rest of the year, unless Matthews goes down with an injury. I'm thinking about replacing him with Richardson but my hesitation is that this league has a 20 move max and I've already used 10. The only bye week replacement I will have to make the rest of the year is for my DEF (Texans) but I'm still not sure if I should use one more move to replace Battle with Richardson or just keep things as they are. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks again for the help so far.