Can the Peyton Hillis train keep on rolling? Hillis was the surprise starter Monday against the Vikings, and he parlayed his first game action of 2013 into a rushing touchdown and five catches out of the backfield.
The status of Brandon Jacobs could be key in terms of the production Hillis brings to the table in Sunday's tilt at Philadelphia. Both backs have similar size and strengths, and since Jacobs has been with the team longer, he could cut into the touches for Hillis if healthy. Still, that's a big if, and Hillis would be worth at least flex consideration if Jacobs can't go.
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