dont hold your breath on rb1 or 20 carries a game. peyton splits carries, always does, always will. i said that a month ago ans a bunch of ingram defenders said oh why would peyton trade up for him to split carries? history always repeats itselfHere's the deal for "redraft", IMO:If you drafted the guy (I did, in the 5th round) then you figure he's going to be on your bench until around the middle of the year, when he HOPEFULLY emerges as an RB1, or at worse an RB2. That's why you drafted him. Nothing he does or does not do the first few weeks really matters. The idea is that at some point before week 8, he's going to become a 18 + carry guy. And not just for one week; he'lis l have to show that 2-3 weeks in a row before it's safe to define his value. The first week was very promising because he had 13 carries. This week not. so much, obviously. If by week 7 or 8 he hasn't started to average 18-20 carries a game, t's then I'm afraid he's a bust. But until that time, it's too premature to reach any fair evaluation. '