NFLknowitall wrote:I agree with Cornbread. Lamont Jordon has now been waiting 3 years for his chance. Martin is getting at that age where he will be relieved during the season to hopefully be fresh for a playoff run. I see a slight RBBC in Jet land with Lamont and Curtis splitting time. I could be wrong. I also wonder what Curtis cap number is this year and how much longer they will keep him. Just wondering for Dynasty and Keeper Leagues. To me Curtis is a decent #3 back, but I would not count on him for a #2 unless you are totally loaded at your other positions. Good Luck.
Troy Hambrick waited 3 years for his chance and look what he did with it. Nothing. LaMont Jordan is not the answer in New York for a fulltime feature back. Just my opinion from watching 8-10 Jets games this year. In fact, Curtis Martin looked impressive from about week 5 on. He definitely has speed and moves left in his body. He might have another 2-3 good years left in him ala Garrison Hearst if he stays healthy.