Week 3 has arrived! Unfortunately, the injury watch for fantasy managers is also here. Players who appear on the Friday injury report and haven’t practiced much during the week can often lead to trepidation for managers trying to make lineup decisions and/or waiver claims. Don’t fret, though – FantasyPros is here to provide you with all of the latest news and updates on the players who are questionable heading into the weekend.
Amon-Ra St. Brown suffered a turf toe injury in Week 2, but he did practice on Thursday. He carries a designation of questionable into Sunday’s game against the Falcons. So the question is: Will Amon-Ra St. Brown play in Week 3?
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Amon-Ra St. Brown (toe) listed as questionable for Week 3
Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown (toe) is listed as questionable for Week 3.
St. Brown has upgraded his participation level in each practice session this week. All signs point to St. Brown playing, which would make him a must-start fantasy option against Atlanta.
What the Experts Are Saying
Amon-Ra St. Brown didn’t practice on Wednesday, but he logged a limited session on Thursday and a full practice on Friday. He’s been listed as questionable. I expect him to play right now and handle his usual complement of snaps. An in-game setback is possible, so tread cautiously, but in most formats, if you have him, you’re probably forced to start him. St. Brown has a 22.9% Target share while ranking 21st in TPRR and tenth in YPRR among wide receivers. He will run about 50% of his routes against Dee Alford (85.7% catch rate and 138.4 passer rating). Week 3 Positional Value: WR1