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Blount was one of the most hyped running backs in this year's draft after finishing 2010 with over 1,000 yards in only eight weeks of the season.
In Week 1, he was a phantom against the Detroit Lions defense as he ran for 15 yards on five carries.
Although his fellow Buccaneer, Earnest Graham didn't do much more, Blount owners should roll him with extreme caution.
The Minnesota Vikings are not the Lions on the defensive side of the ball, but they were able to hold Ryan Matthews and Mike Tolbert for under 50 yards each out of the backfield.
The Vikings got burned by Tolbert as a receiver as he had a huge day, posting three touchdowns, and Matthews posted 73 yards receiving respectively.
Blount is not the primary back in the receiving role as that is traditionally Graham's; and the recently announced running back by committee by the Bucs leaves this match up unfavorable for Blount.
Sit him this week as it's too shaky in Tampa Bay to rely on him.