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By Brian Hoffman, Bengals Correspondent, Sun, Sep 14th 8:22pm EDT

Although the MRI was negative, AJ Green may miss week 3 vs. Titans due to a foot injury sustained against the Falcons. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Green burned fantasy owners in week 2 with 0 fantasy points. The silver lining is that the injury does not seem to require a long-term absence. While Bengals WR Mohamed Sanu will likely be a popular pickup for week 3, keep in mind that all but 8 of his 84 yds came on a fluky long td catch in which the defender gambled and lost.

By Bobby Lancaster, Bengals Correspondent, Sat, Sep 13th 10:56pm EDT

Marvin Lewis confirmed on Friday that AJ Green will be good to go Sunday after dealing with a foot injury earlier in the week. (Source: @pauldehnerjr )

Fantasy Impact: AJ Green is an every week starter when healthy. This week he matches up with a Falcons defense that allowed good numbers to both Colston and Cooks in Week 1. Start him with confidence in Week 2.

By Brian Hoffman, Bengals Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 12:20pm EDT

A.J. Green caught six passes for 131 yds and a TD in week one. 77 yds and the TD came with 4:58 remaining in the game.

Fantasy Impact: Before the catch that saved his fantasy day, Green was 5-54-0. New OC Hugh Jackson's ball control offense is designed, in part, to set up big plays like the 77-yd TD. However, that catch is the second longest of Green's career. A reliance on long TDs could mean that Green will be slightly more boom-or-bust than he has been in previous seasons. With a high volume of targets, his floor remains quite high even during a "bust" game.

By Brian Hoffman, Bengals Correspondent, Thu, Aug 28th 12:32pm EDT

Despite the increased emphasis on the run from new OC Hue Jackson, the number of Green's targets in the preseason have remained on par with his targets in the 2013 season.

Fantasy Impact: In a combined three quarters of play across preseason games two and three, A.J. Green has racked up 11 targets. In 2013, Green averaged 11.25 targets per game. This is a very small sample size, but owners should not be particularly worried about a dramatic change in his volume of targets in Jackson’s new system.

By Clinton Ho, Bengals Correspondent, Fri, Jul 18th 3:47pm EDT

A.J. Green, stand-up guy, isn’t talking about Andy Dalton’s 56.2 passer rating in the postseason. He’s looking at his own line of 161 yards and no touchdowns in three playoff games. A line that the other Bengals starting wide receiver, Marvin Jones, bests with 164 yards in two playoff games. "If I play well, the team plays well,” Green said Thursday. “I’ve got to give them that spark in the playoffs and I haven’t done that the whole three years.” (Source: Bengals.com)

Fantasy Impact: Since coming into the league, A.J. Green has become one of the top fantasy wide receivers in the league. With Hue Jackson now as the offensive coordinator, Green will be challenged to become even better which could be a dangerous combination considering he's already one of the best. His fantasy production this year should at the minimum, match his production from last year.

FFLockerRoom | Sep 17th
A.J. Green was forced from Sunday's game against the Falcons with a toe injury and will undergo further testing. He is questionable for Week 3.
Rotoworld | Sep 17th
A.J. Green (toe) is not practicing on Wednesday.
RotoBaller | Sep 15th
Two weeks down, and a handful of wide receivers with it! If you were an unfortunate owner of AJ Green or Desean Jackson, you might need a replacement in the near future. Let’s take a look at some wide receiver sleepers that could be useful either in the near future or for the long haul. Each […]
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 14th
Forty-five minutes into the early games on Sunday, four high-impact skill players had already been lost to injury. This day is unfolding in nightmare fashion. Robert Griffin III was the first star to go down, suffering a non-contact left leg injury on a jump-pass following a scramble. Griffin was in immediate, obvious, and substantial pain. He was eventually carted to the locker room, his leg in a...
Gridiron Experts | Jul 22nd
Remember last year when Bills' OC Nate Hackett said they would be "running Spiller until he throws up"? This little comment caught fire, dug into the fantasy hive mind and lit the fuse under Spiller’s meteoric rise into the stratosphere of pre-season fantasy rankings. Jason Johnson | Hue Jackson’s Fantasy Impact on A.J. Green - Gridiron Experts [[ This is a content summary only. Visi...