It has been a difficult week for the imaginary recipients, as CeeDee Lamb (concussion), Amari Cooper (COVID), and Allen Robinson (hamstring) were all unemployed on Thanksgiving and Calvin Ridley (personal) and DeVante Parker (hamstring) were all unexpected. return even though they are eligible. On top of that, Marquise Brown, Antonio Brown, AJ Brown, Sterling Shepard, and Corey Davis seem to be no better than the “skeptics.” Knowing the latest updates for the injured will be important ahead of Week 12 fictional starting ’em, sit’ em elections.
Marquise Brown transformation injury
Brown (dirty) did Wednesday after missing Week 11. The first half of the week puts him in line for Sunday night against the Browns.
As long as Brown is working, then he should start. The Ravens’ past game didn’t go anywhere without him last week, although Lamar Jackson (illness) out there probably had a lot to do with this. Jackson returned to practice Wednesday, which is why it should be all the way to the Ravens in Week 12.
Transformation of Antonio Brown injury
Brown (ankle) has not played since Week 6, and although Bucs coach Bruce Arians said Brown was “progressing” earlier this week, the former WR failed to perform on Wednesday or Thursday.
It is still possible for Brown to join Sunday against the Colts, but he will need a smaller portion on Friday. The chance is still one week before they start playing, but we are waiting for some changes. If Brown is playing, then he should start, especially in a good game like this.
AJ Brown replacement injury
Brown (on the chest) never did Wednesday, but it’s not uncommon for him. The most important thing is that they avoided it. “serious injury“Last week, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, he seems to have a chance to play against the Patriots.
It hasn’t been a very good year for Mr. Brown, who has failed to be in the top 48 yards or participate in any of the last three games, but we know he has a select one every week. This week will be tough if he is active, but Brown is a worthy WR3 replacement.
Transformation of Sterling Shepard
Shepard (quad) did a stint last week before his release, which is why his “DNP” on Thursday did not affect him. The former striker is about to return, and there is a good chance this week against Philadelphia.
Shepard scored 11 goals in his three full games this year and was close to Week 8 (seven goals) before being injured again. With Kadarius Toney (quad) also missing, it is hard to know what to expect from Shepard going forward, but with WR3 in the PPR leagues when he is on the pitch.
Change of Corey Davis
Davis (groin) was dropped from “minor” Wednesday in the DNP on Thursday, which is a bad sign of his presence against the Texans.
With Elijah Moore appearing to take on the role of New York’s top receiver, Davis’ ideas aren’t as compelling as they once were. He always has WR3, but his recent injuries are causing him to drop more than most owners have started.