Another post about how Morris is "not that good"? After one week I can see the logic along with the wait and see approach. After 4 weeks, he is good he is a RB1 IMO and I have no worries putting him in week after week until he proves me wrong. I go by what he has done so far, not how I "think" he will do the rest of the way out. As an owner I'm not selling.
It's laughable when people say "if it wasn't for that one long run and TD he wouldn't have had a good game". That's terrific logic. That's like saying - If it wasn't for Roddy Whites 3 long catches and 2 TD's he wouldn't have had a good game. wth kind of logic is that.... it did happen that's why he had a good game. You could say that about every player on ever team.
To the OP, I don't like to over think things. IMO he is match-up proof and has shown me that he deserves to be in there every week. He will be in my line up every week until he gives me a reason not to be in my line up.
There's a major difference in saying "if he didn't make that one long play..." and "the defense played terrible, I don't think he makes that sort of play again against less awful D." Morris has played NO, StL, Cin, Tam; all of those teams have putrid run D, hardly makes him "matchup proof."
I also think your logic of going based on what a RB has done so far
rather than what you think he will do
is what's actually laughable. You don't trade away Mikel LeShoure for Michael Turner just b/c somehow Turner plodded for 168/1 against a swiss cheese D and has a strong resume in the past... you sell his declining arse for the guy you think will do better ROS (if you don't think LeShoure is good and won't do well, insert another unproven player you think will).