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Who will have more value?

 

Jerome Harrison

James Davis

 

Jerome Harrison

2009: $530,000

2010: Free Agent

 

James Davis

7/10/2009: $99,250 signing bonus

2009: $310,000

2010: $395,000

2011: $480,000

2012: $565,000

2013: Free Agent

 

For redraft, Harrison is valued at $120,000 more than Davis this year. For dynasty/keeper, I believe the above speaks for itself.

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I like Davis over Harrison. Davis looks to have been a steal in the draft. I don't know if he can get on the field over Harrison this year but to me the kid has talent. He had a nice long TD run this week and I think he could be the future at RB. I know he was a 6th rounder but so was T-Davis. Not saying This Davis is like the other Davis but he could have been drafted a lot higher if he was in the 2008 draft.

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I like Davis over Harrison. Davis looks to have been a steal in the draft. I don't know if he can get on the field over Harrison this year but to me the kid has talent. He had a nice long TD run this week and I think he could be the future at RB. I know he was a 6th rounder but so was T-Davis. Not saying This Davis is like the other Davis but he could have been drafted a lot higher if he was in the 2008 draft.

 

 

I'm just the opposite.

 

As far as money listed in the first post that's petty cash($500,000) in the NFL.

 

In the two games Davis didn't get in until the 2nd and 3rd quarters so he hasn't been playing against top talent and the last game was the Lions. I think the team wants to win and think the more productive back will do it.

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