Jacksonville RB Maurice Jones-Drew could miss second straight week


Jacksonville RB Maurice Jones-Drew could miss second straight week

Maurice Jones-Drew @Jones_Drew32 was held out of practice Wednesday with the hamstring injury that sidelined him for last Sunday's game. If Jones-Drew cannot play, Jordan Todman @JordanTodman will get the start against Tennessee.

Fantasy Analysis:

Whoever starts for the Jaguars at running back this week should be in your starting line-up. The Titans' defense has surrendered 18 rushing touchdowns this season, making them the second most generous defense in that category. Whether you currently own Jones-Drew or play against him this week, you need to claim Jordan Todman and check back here later in the week to see who will get the start.

Jaguars.com John Oehser

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3 Comments | Add Yours

Would you start Todman over Alshon Jeffrey or Keenan Allen?

Posted by:
nxs0152 12/19/13 11:33 PM

Not in my PPR league. Unless a toal bust, RBs always score over twice that of WRs

Posted by:
japolina 12/20/13 07:22 AM

Good problem to have. I would have Todman and Jeffrey start. Even in a PPR, Todman's going to be a part of the passing game. Just make sure MJD isn't in there.

Posted by:
casurly 12/20/13 06:29 PM

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