Fantasy Football Injury Updates: Does Mark Andrews play Thursday night?

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Mark Andrews (knee / thigh) is officially questionable for Ravens vs. Jets on Thursday Night Football. Andrews obtained a DNP in the Ravens practice report on Monday before being a limited participant on both Tuesday and Wednesday. Baltimore is also dealing with the questionable Lamar Jackson, who seems to play. Fantasy owners will wait for fantasy opener Andrews to adapt every week, or they will be forced to move on to Hayden Hurst, Nick Boyle or another sleeper, creating Week 15 to begin, sit down and feel headaches before we get to the Weekend. .

The official active / inactive report will be released around 6:50 p.m. ET, and we will have updates below in the meantime and on Twitter @SN_Fantasy.

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Does Mark Andrews play Thursday night?

Adam Schefter had tweeted earlier this week that Andrews's knee / thigh injury was "nothing older"But the biggest concern was the brief change from Sunday to Thursday. Andrews participated in the tour of Tuesday in Baltimore, then participated in a limited portion of Wednesday's full practice.

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Andrews has been limited in practice and ended up with a "questionable,quot; tag several times this year, and has always played. Again, the biggest concern here is the brief change, along with Baltimore as favorites. While Jackson told the media he is playing, Andrews is not so certain.

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The good thing for Andrews owners is that if he is out, there is an obvious plug-and-play on his back Hayden Hurst, who caught a 61-yard touchdown on Sunday after Andrews left. If Hurst has already been caught by a different owner, you can consider Nick Boyle, who will be a TD-dependent tight end player. The best options if Andrews is out and Hurst is owned include David Njoku, Ian Thomas (assuming Greg Olsen is out) and Josh Hill (assuming Jared Cook is out). You can also hook O.J. Howard in some leagues, as his role could expand with Mike Evans injured by Tampa Bay.

If Andrews is active, you should use it as you normally would against a Jets team that will probably yield many points.