The Injury Report: Sunday AM

by Daniel Hall

Some fantasy stars can be found on the injury report every week, but will they play? Here at No Huddle, we will give you the most updated injury report at the end of every week. Then on Sunday, stay tuned to our twitter account @No_HuddleFFB for the latest news!

No Huddle FFB Week 9 Injury Analysis

Early Games:

Lions @ Vikings:

Lions: No Fantasy injuries to report

Vikings: Monitor Jerick McKinnon this week. He said that he would play this week, but he has not practiced all week. Looking like a GTD.

Steelers @ Ravens:

Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger practiced in full this week taking some first team reps. Still, monitor this situation but it looks like he will be back this week.

Ravens: Steve Smith Sr looks like he will be out this week this week again. Ravens are pretty healthy otherwise.

Jets @ Dolphins:

Jets: No Fantasy injuries to report

Dolphins: Jordan Cameron is still a question coming into this week’s game against the Jets. Cameron suffered a concussion in week 3 and has still not moved completely through the concussion protocol.

Cowboys @ Browns:

Cowboys: Dez Bryant is listed as questionable but it looks like he will go this week again and has a great matchup against a terrible Browns defense.

Browns: Corey Coleman is a welcome addition to this Browns offense, coming back from a broken hand. The Browns will also start rookie QB Cody Kessler this week, who is coming back from a concussion, over veteran journeyman Josh McCown.

Jags @ Chiefs:

Jags: Julius Thomas is on the injury report again with an ankle. He practiced on a limited basis this week and looks like he will play this week in KC.

Chiefs: Alex Smith will miss this week against the Jags with a concussion. Nick Foles will get the start in his stead. Jamaal Charles was moved to IR this week and it looks like the Chiefs will be without Spencer Ware as well (Concussion) so the Chiefs will turn to Charcandrick West to carry the load Sunday.

Eagles @ Giants:

Eagles: No Fantasy Injuries to Report

Giants: OBJ is the guy that everyone has their eyes on (hip/oblique) as he is listed on the injury report. Looks like he will be a full-go this week, though. Get him in your lineups.

Panthers @ Rams:

Panthers: No Fantasy injuries to Report.

Rams: No Fantasy injuries to Report.

Afternoon Games:

Saints @ 49ers:

Saints: No Fantasy injuries to Report

49ers: Carlos Hyde looks like he is coming back this week for the 49ers and he has a pretty good match-up as well. Keep an eye on him though because it will be a game-time decision.

Titans @ Chargers:

Titans: All eyes are on Demarco Murray this week who has been limited in practice this week. The Titans are saying that they will be careful with Murray, but Murray is saying he will play. I think I trust Murray, and he wasn’t listed on their latest practice report, so I’m playing him. The biggest question came up at the end of the week with Delanie Walker, though. He has a groin issue and will be a GTD.

Chargers: Travis Benjamin and Hunter Henry are both dealing with knee injuries. Looks like they will both be a GTD this week. Tyrell Williams has also been on the injury report and missed practice this week, but he is expected to play.

 Colts @ Packers:

Colts: Keep your eyes on TY Hilton as he struggles with a hamstring injury this week. He should go for the Colts if he does not have any setbacks.

Packers: Randall Cobb is looking more and more doubtful as the week goes on. I would monitor his status, but he is already talking about the big picture. Not looking good for Cobb.

Sunday Night Football

Broncos @ Raiders:

Broncos: No fantasy Injuries to Report

Raiders: No Fantasy injuries to Report


Monday Night Football

Bills @ Seahawks:

Bills: LeSean McCoy is hopeful to return this week from a hamstring injury, but I would expect the Bills to be very careful with McCoy as he is their top offensive weapon.

Seahawks: Russell Wilson will play in the game on Monday, but it may be a while before he is fully healthy. He is dealing with so much that it is just going to take a while. The most import of these injuries is a sprained MCL. It limits what Wilson can do with his legs and it will be around a while. Thomas Rawls will not make his return this week either, as he was ruled out earlier in the week.

As always stay tuned on twitter to @No_HuddleFFB for up to date information before the games on Sunday morning! 

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