Just curious to see if he'll show up & admit that he could be wrong after he so empatically stated how the DEN RB situation was going to shake out for the rest of the year, and told anyone who thought the situation was still undecipherable and had the temerity to disagree with him how wrong they were.In the meantime - the DEN RB situation? How could anyone without bye week issues have started Bell vs WAS, and now do you start Anderson and/or Bell vs NE. DEN is the #2 rushing O in the NFL, is #2 in 20+ yd runs, is #3 in rushing FDs, and is tied for #7 in rushing TDs. NE in the meantime is the #20 rush D in the NFL, has not given up a 20+ yd run, is #23 in giving up rushing FDs, and is #25 in giving up rushing TDs.This ought to be a very good matchup for DEN, especially with DEN at home and also wanting to run the clock & control the ball to keep Brady off the field. But with the RBs in complete flux right now? Do both guys merit a start?
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