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Lets just say, for the sake of the argument, that both are equally effective in different ways. From a defensive perspective, it is far more difficult to account for the change of pace if you start with a more methodical bruiser, than move to a burner; as opposed to vice versa. The propensity of Baker's value is in his big play threat - the defense is forced to take this into consideration. Contrarily, Le'Veon is more effective with more carries.. It is far more efficient to start with a more diliberate, downhill runner and switch to a homerun threat than vice-versa... Both are really good backs who offer different dynamics and both would benefit from Le'Veon starting..
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