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Week 14 Fantasy Football Injury Report
TBD. We’d lean towards him playing. The average timeline for QBs on high ankles is about 2-3 weeks, but Lawrence has a history of playing through injury. His straight line running is likely not hugely impacted, but his cutting ability probably is. For reference, Patrick Mahomes played through a similar injury in the playoffs last year.
Data projects 2/3 chance Hall plays. RBs with mild low ankle sprains typically don’t see an efficiency dip, but do see fewer touches compared to baseline.
Playing. Data heavily favors full pre-injury production and workload. There will be ~15% re-aggravation risk over the next 4 weeks, which is likely why they’ve been slow-playing this to begin with.
Data projects 3/4 chance of playing. Mild low ankle sprains alone don’t tend to drop elite WR production or target count.
Likely out. Average timeline = 2-3 weeks, but his comments suggest this one is relatively mild. Lean towards a Week 16 return. Watson will unfortunately carry a high re-injury risk for the rest of the season given that he’s already had 2 hamstring strains now.
Average timeline is 5 weeks to return. Avoiding the IR suggests they’re going to try to push that up. Therefore, we’d think his most realistic target date is Week 16. Data favors a rapid return to pre-injury level when he does come back.
Data projects 3/4 chance of playing. RBs tend to see fewer touches but maintain their pre-injury efficiency on a per-touch basis.
Comments suggest he’s playing. “Illness” designation doesn’t typically impact elite WR production if active.
Data projects a 70% chance of playing. Coming off of oblique strains, RBs tend to get fewer touches than baseline, but don’t see much of a hit in their efficiency.
Data projects 3/4 chance of playing. Mild knee sprains for young RBs don’t typically cause a workload or efficiency dip.
Playing. Data does favor a mild (~10%) performance dip due to his AC sprain (shoulder) from last week.
Playing, and is likely a strong breakout candidate. The dip from his multiple ankle sprains projects to recover in the third week post-injury, which is now. There is a moderate re-aggravation risk to watch out for.
TBD. Data projects 60% chance of sitting. Average timeline on this is 2-3 weeks, so his most likely return is Week 15. The Packers tend to be relatively conservative with players coming off of injury, so we’d expect a lighter workload when he does first return.
TBD. Lean slightly towards sitting. Late-week additions to the injury report do have a high rate of missing 1 game. If active, the concern would be a very high re-aggravation risk.