Fantasy injury updates: Josh Jacobs, Le & # 39; Veon Bell, James Conner, most affect the start or rest decisions of week 15


The RB classifications of week 15 show great movement potential due to injuries. The problem of Josh Jacobs' shoulder could cause DeAndre Washington to rise, while Jordan Howard and Damien Williams could still be out. On the positive side of the fantasy owners who are still alive in the playoffs, Le & # 39; Veon Bell and James Conner are likely to come back and make the decisions to start, sit and take them a little easier in Week 15 We have the latest updates below.

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Josh Jacobs injury update

According to reports, a shoulder that has fractured since week 7 kept Jacobs out for the first time in week 14. Instead, DeAndre Washington dominated the field touches for the Raiders with some Jalen Richard sprayed. programmed for an MRI this week.

Washington is the priority waiver option here, and perhaps the best option available in general, assuming Jacobs is missing the rest of the season. It is also worth considering Richard in the PPR leagues.

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Le & # 39; Veon Bell plays Thursday night?

Adam Gase he told reporters on Monday that Bell, who missed Week 14 due to illness, is "very close to 100 percent." That is a good time for the Jets, since Bilal Powell was a DNP on Monday before Thursday night's game against the Ravens.

It seems that Bell will return to his usual role of three takedowns and a place in each fantasy squad he is in. Powell turns out to be a week-long play. If Bell backed down and Powell didn't improve, Ty Montgomery would get most of the field touches for New York.

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James Conner Injury News

Conner has missed the last three Steelers games with a shoulder injury, but Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reported Sunday that Conner is expected to return for Week 15 against the Bills. That would relegate Benny Snell Jr. and Jaylen Samuels to secondary roles of low use.

It's a great game for the Steelers on Sunday Night Football, so it's reasonable to expect Conner to want to return. Despite facing a tough Buffalo defense, Conner remains an RB2 for that clash. We wouldn't feel so good with Snell or Samuels if Conner came out again.

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Is Jordan Howard playing week 15?

Howard has practiced on a limited basis each of the last two weeks, but has not yet been authorized for contact because of his shoulder injury that kept him away until Eagles's victory on Monday night. In his absence, Miles Sanders has generally been the main runner, although it was the Boston Scott show in the second half and overtime hours of week 14.

The Eagles are firmly in the hunt for the playoffs, so if Howard can come back and play, we hope he does. It's funny that it's taking so long to leave him in touch. Most likely, his return will take him back to the top of the Philadelphia RB depth chart and turn Sanders into another boom or bust play. A continuing absence from Howard would likely put Scott at stake as a furtive option in the deepest PPR leagues against the Redskins in Week 15.

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Damien Williams injury update

Williams (ribs) was ruled out on Friday for week 14, his second consecutive absence after being injured in week 11 before the Chiefs goodbye. Kansas City presented a three-headed field against New England by Spencer Ware, LeSean McCoy and Darwin Thompson.

Against the Broncos in Week 15, it's only worth considering McCoy (after 11 carries against the Pats) if Williams is out. If Williams plays, we would have to anticipate that he will be the leader for KC and the only one worth starting in the fantasy leagues.