Now that the NFL injury report has eliminated the designation of “probable”, the questionable tag will include players who are anywhere from 50 to 99-percent likely to play. With this new development you will definitely need to check here every week before locking your lineups to make sure that you don’t get burned by a player whose injury status you miscalculated. I will use a combination of Injury Science and my experience as a Doctor of Physical Therapy to give you a more precise description of whether you can trust these players on your fantasy roster.
Mark Ingram (NO) Toe soreness
Mark Ingram is on the injury report as questionable with a toe injury. After practicing on Friday, I would assume that he will play on Sunday, but this may not be all good for fantasy owners. The term soreness is one that I do not like to hear with my fantasy players, as it typically means an injury is coming or going. In Ingram’s case, coming would be the most logical option. As long as the New Orleans Saints and Ingram treat this soreness with respect, we may see Ingram dodge adding another injury to Ingram’s already long list of career ailments. The problem for fantasy owners…..
Check out the rest which includes important information on Tyrell Williams, Jordan Matthews and more at FantasyPros.com this weekend.
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