Fantasy Football injury updates: Julio Jones, Adam Thielen, Golden Tate, more impact on the 14 WR Week ranking


It seems that only one of the top three 10 WRs dealing with injuries for Week 14 is likely to play, and that is Julio Jones. Both Adam Thielen and T.Y. Hilton has arrows pointing down as we approach the weekend. The broad classification of recipients will also be affected by the states of Golden Tate, JuJu Smith-Schuster and rookie Parris Campbell, and we have updates on all of them below as he prepares to make his crucial fantasy begin to make decisions. for the first round of the playoffs.

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Is Julio Jones playing week 14?

After Dan Quinn said earlier in the week that the availability of Jones Week 14 was "on the rise," Jones entered. limited practice On Wednesday, when he tries to return from a shoulder injury that kept him out of the Thanksgiving game action. The Falcons play at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday against the Panthers.

Jones' return would knock down each of the remaining Atlanta receivers in the hierarchical order, with Calvin Ridley becoming an explosive WR3, Russell Gage falling into a PPR FLEX option and Christian Blake falling for fantasy consideration.

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Adam Thielen's injury update

After Thielen practiced on a limited basis in Week 13, but then got lost Monday night, it seems that his hamstring injury may have worsened. He lost practice both Wednesday and Thursday and Week 14 against the Lions is in doubt.

The biggest beneficiary of Thielen's absence remains tight end Kyle Rudolph, who is a fantasy starter to the limit when Thielen doesn't play. Stefon Diggs remains the only WR in Minnesota worth using if Thielen leaves Sunday.

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Golden Tate injury news

Pat shurmur he said on Wednesday that Tate is "on trend,quot; in his quest to be available for Monday Night Football in a revenge game against the Eagles. Tate missed week 13 due to a concussion. He was a full participant in Thursday's practice, so assuming his concussion is a trouble-free protocol, he should be ready for Monday night.

The Eagles have a bad high school, which makes Tate attractive, but Eli Manning is likely to start with Daniel Jones. It's not obvious if that is an improvement or a rebate, but it adds a layer of uncertainty after Tate's fantasy owners knew that Jones would feed him with the ball. Tate is still worth playing in the PPR leagues if he is active, and Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton should also see around seven goals.

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T.Y. Hilton injury update

Hilton he said on Wednesday He is not sure if he will return this season, but that he is "doing everything he can." The Colts play Sunday at 1 p.m. ET against the weak Tampa Bay high school while Hilton fights a calf injury.

Hilton's comments at least make it look like he will be out another week, pushing Zach Pascal to No. 1 tasks again after a 100-yard game. Against Bucs, Pascal can be used as WR3. It seems that Parris Campbell could have returned from an injury to take on Marcus Johnson's No. 2 tasks.

Is JuJu Smith-Schuster playing week 14?

Smith-Schuster told reporters On Wednesday it is considered "week by week,quot;. He added that he is running but that he is not cutting yet. The Steelers play in Arizona at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday.

It seems that JuJu will be lost at least another week. In his absence, James Washington will remain the only Pittsburgh open receiver. Consider it at least one FLEX option in a favorable fantasy confrontation with the Cardinals.

Parris Campbell Injury News

Campbell (hand) was a full participant in Colts they practice Wednesday. He hasn't played since week 9, but he is likely to return to face Tampa Bay on Sunday, while Hilton will probably be out.

Campbell's last game was the best (five catches for 53 yards in week 9). It is probably located just like the No. 2 WR behind Zach Pascal (although Marcus Johnson could still keep that role), making Campbell at least one interesting DFS game against a defense of such a bad pass.