I'm a FJax owner w/o Spiller handcuff.
I'm holding onto him in a deep bench league, but I can understand if people drop him if your league has shallow benches.
The MRI on Fred Jackson's right knee did not provide an "exact timetable for return" Monday, but CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports Jackson is expected to miss four weeks in a "best case scenario."
F-Jax sprained his LCL at the very least, and the Bills don't know the full extent of the damage yet. Per La Canfora, the Bills will "monitor" the injury for the next 7-10 days. Look for C.J. Spiller to draw the start in Week 2 against the Chiefs and operate as an every-down back going forward. Spiller got loose for 194 total yards and a touchdown against the Jets in Week 1.
This explains the report that the Bills will see how Jackson responds over the next 7 to 10 days. If his knee is improving over that time and showing good stability, the chances of him returning in several weeks are encouraging. If he still has marked pain, swelling and instability, the time frame could be extended. Everyone, including Jackson and the Bills, is in a wait-and-see mode right now.
It's entirely possible and maybe
even likely FJax ends up on IR in 2-3 weeks w/ return designation, and you miss out on all the good waiver players.
But in 12 team... no way FJax belongs on waivers at the current moment. There shouldn't even be anyone good on waivers, unless you're picking up McCluster or stashing Mikel LeShoure.