Topic: is it time to sit Ajayi?

The Dolphins are not good. I'm still a fan, and I'm going to be at the ATL/MIA game this weekend with my Dolphins gear on, but... well... not good.

Is it time to sit Jay Ajayi? Especially when I have these other options?

Need 2RB + 1superflex. Starting WRs are Tate @NO and Thielen vsGB

* D.Freeman vsMIA
* Ajayi @ATL
* Martin @ARI (superflex)
Gallman @DEN
Crabtree vsLAC
Pryor vsSF
Kupp @JAX
Trubisky @BAL
McGuire vsNE
McKinnon vsGB

So, you can see my predicament.

Re: is it time to sit Ajayi?

If Carr starts, I'd probably go Crabtree.

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Re: is it time to sit Ajayi?

nevernude wrote:

If Carr starts, I'd probably go Crabtree.

What are your thoughts on McKinnon? He seems primed for a bigger role.

Re: is it time to sit Ajayi?

doorock42 wrote:
nevernude wrote:

If Carr starts, I'd probably go Crabtree.

What are your thoughts on McKinnon? He seems primed for a bigger role.

I'm not sold on McKinnon, but I could be dead wrong. He's more of a 3rd-down back imo, I don't think he can handle the load even if they gave it to him. He has a high ceiling in games like last week, but he also has a floor of zero.

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Re: is it time to sit Ajayi?

No way I'm sitting Ajayi, especially with the fact that he's still getting work. 
I would start Crab if Carr goes.  Over either Tate or Thielen.
Not starting McKinnon unless absolutely necessary until he proves it multiple weeks in a row.

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