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Injuries taking over- Need RB advice?

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Really hit by the injured bug lately to Ekeler and Sanders and in a very deep 16 team league so down to Joshua Kelley (vs. Jags) or JD McKissic (vs. Dallas) as my 2nd RB.    6 pmts for TD's and 1/2 pt PPR.   Who do you play Kelley v. Jags or McKissic vs. Dallas?

Will try and respond to yours.   Thanks!!

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Keep an eye on Justin Jackson, if he's limited through the rest of the week and questionable I'd roll with Kelley. If Jackson goes, in 1/2 PPR I'd probably roll with McKissic. Both are probably going to get around 50/50 snaps in relatively good matchups. Chargers may be more likely to have a lead though, so that's something to bear in mind.

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58 minutes ago, show me the murray said:

Keep an eye on Justin Jackson, if he's limited through the rest of the week and questionable I'd roll with Kelley. If Jackson goes, in 1/2 PPR I'd probably roll with McKissic. Both are probably going to get around 50/50 snaps in relatively good matchups. Chargers may be more likely to have a lead though, so that's something to bear in mind.

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It's Joshua Kelley, the Chargers goalline RB, and it's not even close.

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Thanks for the input and advice.  Good luck to everyone this weekend!

 

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Its a coin flip for me if Jackson is active.

If Jackson doesn't play then its Kelly.

 If Jackson does play then I'd lean McKissic, because, Dallas DEF.... We all keep waiting for Gibson to take over but it hasn't happened....yet.

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I think Gibson might have a really good game this weekend, they need to feed him. 

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