Week 12 Injury Report: Sunday AM

by Daniel Hall

Week 13 Injury Report  


Sunday Early Games


Cardinals @ Falcons

Cardinals: It looks like the only true Fantasy question mark for the Cards is WR Michael Floyd who has not participated in practice all week with a hamstring and looks like a true game-time decision.

Falcons: No Fantasy Injuries to report


Bengals @ Ravens

Bengals: AJ Green will be out this week with a hamstring injury and looks like he will be week to week moving forward. Look for Jeremy Hill to get a majority of the workload against a stout Ravens run d as Gio Bernard is gone for the season with a torn ACL.

Ravens: Looks like the Ravens will be without TE Crockett Gilmore who is listed as doubtful with a thigh injury.


Jaguars @ Bills

Jaguars: The Jags will be without TJ Yeldon again this week. Chris Ivory will carry the load with Yeldon still bothered by an Ankle.

Bills: I do not know how much the Bills will use him, but reports indicate that Sammy Watkins will be active this week, back from the IR. Also, making the Injury list this week with limited practice for the Bills include starting RB LeSean McCoy (Thumb), WR Percy Harvin (Illness), WR Robert Woods (Knee), and RB Mike Gillislee (Foot). Everyone listed before is likely GTD’s so monitor their situations.


Titans @ Bears

Titans: No Fantasy Injuries to report

Bears: The Bears will likely be without Jay Cutler this week who suffered a Right shoulder injury in last week’s game and is listed as doubtful. Look for Matt Barkley to get the nod for the Bears this week.


Giants @ Browns

Giants: No Fantasy Injuries to report

Browns: Cody Kessler will be out this week with a concussion. Josh McCown will start for the Browns in his stead.


Chargers @ Texans

Chargers: Travis Benjamin was a full participant in practice this week for the Chargers and has a chance to play this week. Monitor his status as the game approaches.

Texans: No Fantasy Injuries to report


49ers @ Dolphins

49ers: No Fantasy Injuries to report

Dolphins: WR Jarvis Landry (Shoulder), WR Kenny Stills (Calf), and RB Kenyan Drake (Knee) were all limited participants in practice this week and are questionable going into Sunday. Continue to monitor injury news for them as the game approaches on Sunday.


Rams @ Saints

Rams: Todd Gurley did not participate in practice and no injury is listed so this may be precautionary but monitor this for Sunday. Gurley has an exceptional matchup if he can play.

Saints: RB Mark Ingram (concussion) was limited in practice this week, but has a chance to play if he can pass concussion protocol.

 


Sunday Late Afternoon Games


Seahawks @ Buccaneers

Seahawks: CJ Prosise will be out and should miss a number of weeks for with a Scapula injury. Thomas Rawls will take over sole ownership of the RB position in Seattle.

Buccaneers: No Fantasy Injuries to report


Panthers @ Raiders

Panthers: No Fantasy Injuries to Report

Raiders: WR Michael Crabtree (Ankle) and RB Latavius Murray (Ankle) were both limited in practice this week and listed as questionable. I think Crabtree will play, but look for Murray to be a true GTD.


Patriots @ Jets

Patriots: The Pats have QB Tom Brady (Knee), TE Rob Gronkowski (Chest), WR Julian Edelman (Foot), and TE Martellus Bennett (Ankle) all on the injury list this week as questionable with limited practice. The Pats are always pretty close to vest with their injury news, but if I had to guess I’d say all but Gronk are likely to play and Gronk may be a GTD.

Jets: No Fantasy Injuries to report

 


Sunday Night Football


Chiefs @ Broncos

Chiefs: WR Jeremy Maclin will miss another game with his groin injury. The Chiefs should be close to full strength for this intradivision tilt on Sunday night, just missing Maclin.

Broncos: No Fantasy Injuries to report

 


Monday Night Football


Packers @ Eagles

Packers: No Fantasy Injuries to report

Eagles: It looks like the Eagles will miss RB Ryan Mathews this week with a knee injury, but it looks like RB Darren Sproles will play through the injury he sustained last week. Maybe the safest play out of all will be RB Wendell Smallwood. 

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