Yeldon, Hyde or Thompson

Could use any insight. Here is my reasoning:

Yeldon knows the playbook and full PPR he could be ok.

Hyde highly unlikely he has much success other gut runs for small gains. He would have to bust a couple on a stout D. Poor odds.

Thompson. Likely plays but still hurt. Any running inside is likely not in the game plan so other than a handful of catches, maybe a GL dump, light day.

Yeldon to me looks like the right call. Hyde will hurt him some but not much. He was doing next to nothing on the ground before Hyde.

Went with Thompson. Watched an interview with him. Said he is ready. Hyde is looking awful. Yeldon was a better play but even that looks bad.