Jeff Stotts notes that it didn’t take long for the fantasy landscape to change quickly after top pick Arizona running back David Johnson injured his wrist and Jaguar’s receiver Allen Robinson tore his ACL.
In his final column of the season, Jeff Stotts looks at star players who may have lingering health issues going into the 2017 season, including Adrian Peterson, who may have played his last game in Minnesota.
If you’ve made it this far in your fantasy league, Jeff Stotts suggests studying the waiver wires for healthy, reliable options to secure a league victory. He also breaks down this week’s most notable injuries.
After dislocating his thumb, Running back LeSean McCoy had a minor surgical procedure to reposition it. According to Jeff Stotts, if McCoy progresses smoothly, he has a realistic chance of playing Sunday against the Jaguars.
Spencer Ware could be out at least week after he suffered a concussion during the Chief’s win against the Colts, meanwhile fellow Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles will miss at least eight more weeks.
Ben Roethlisberger could miss two to four weeks with his latest injury, a torn meniscus in his left knee. Roethlisberger opted for a meniscectomy, so Jeff Stotts expects his return to fall somewhere later in the time table.
Jeff Stotts recaps some of the significant player injuries from Week 2, of which there are plenty, including Adrian Peterson’s torn meniscus, which should keep him off the field for at least a few weeks.
Jeff Stotts explains why hamstring injuries are some of the most commonly reported injuries this preseason and why it’s not surprising to see the Vikings take a cautious approach with RB Adrian Peterson.
Although highly effective when healthy, Chicago's Alshon Jeffery hasn't been able to stay that way for more than 2-3 weeks at a time. Jeff Stotts has news on that and more in this week's injury report.