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Put Rashad Jennings on your bench in Week 2.
Jacksonville Jaguars, RB, Rashad Jennings
Jennings needed to sit out at least two practices this week due to his knee injury.
With Maurice Jones-Drew now back with the team, the Jaguars will turn the ball over to him, and Jennings will be the forgotten man going forward.
If Jones-Drew gets hurt, then you can think about starting Jennings again.
Tennessee Titans, RB, Javon Ringer
Ringer was hospitalized this week due to an elbow infection. It looks like he will be declared out this week.
If you were thinking about benching Chris Johnson due to his terrible effort in Week 1 and starting Ringer in place of him, you need to come up with a different plan.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, RB, LeGarrette Blount
Blount has a neck issue due to an injury he suffered in Week 1.
Since the main man in Tampa is Doug Martin, Blount's role has been reduced enough that he should be firmly planted on your bench.
San Francisco 49ers, RB, Brandon Jacobs
Jacobs is listed as questionable for this week due to a knee injury.
According to this tweet from Matt Barrows, it sounds like if you have a healthy option on your bench, you might want to start him rather than risk it with Jacobs, who might wind up being inactive against Detroit.
Pittsburgh Steelers, RB, Rashard Mendenhall
Mendenhall has been practicing this week, but the Steelers haven't gone out of their way to announce if he will play or not.
It seems that with Jonathan Dwyer set to start, you should at least want to watch Mendenhall carry the ball in a real game to see how well his knee is holding up before you opt to start him.
For now, the advice is to keep him on your bench for Week 2.