It seems that fantasy football owners are losing their broadband receivers late at night, but they seem to be getting DJ Chark back just for fantasy league games. Several other key WRs, such as Christian Kirk, Curtis Samuel, Robby Anderson and Nelson Agholor, are also “questionable”, as are TE Noah Fant. We will receive the latest updates on injuries below them throughout the day as you prepare for your decisions to start Week 16, their decisions.
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DJ Chark playing week 16?
Chark (ankle) has had limited practice all week and is referred to as “controversial” for Sunday’s game against the Falcons. However, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone has already said he expects Chark to play.
There is always concern that Chark will come out early after his injury worsens, but as long as he is active, he should start with a favorable matchup. Chris Conley and Dede Westbrook are still playing as WR3s, but Chark is probably the only Jaguars receiver you can feel good about starting.
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Christian Kirk injury report
Kirk (ankle) is exercising on a limited basis Thursday and Friday and will be a game-changer for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks late in the afternoon.
The second player has played in each of the last three games and with Seattle’s defense injured by injury, Kirk would be in good shape if he could match. If it comes out, Larry Fitzgerald and Damiere Byrd will see more goals, giving PPR potential value. If you decide to wait for Kirk, make sure you have a backup of the games late in the afternoon / morning.
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Curtis Samuel New Damage
Samuel (knee) missed practice on Friday and is officially “questionable” for Sunday’s game against Indianapolis.
Given the missed session, Samuel is likely to be more on the dubious side of the controversy. Even if he plays, he won’t be 100 percent and would be below average with Will Grier making his first career. If Samuel is out, Jarius Wright will get more goals, but D.J. Moore and Greg Olsen are the only Panthers players worth playing.
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Is Nelson Agholor playing Week 16?
Agholor (knee) did not practice at all this week and is unlikely to play against the Cowboys despite his “questionable” tag.
Greg Ward is likely to lead Philadelphia’s wide receivers to goals, while Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert will also find value strikes.
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Robby Anderson injury update
Anderson (illness) is officially “controversial” for Sunday’s game against the Steelers.
It is believed that Anderson will play, but given the tough match and uncertainty surrounding his health, it is best to leave for fantasy benches.
Is Noah Fant playing Week 16?
Fan (shoulder) took limited practice throughout the week – as he did last week when he played – and is officially “controversial” for Sunday’s game against Detroit late in the afternoon.
The TE champion has proven he can make great games and help fantasy owners, but he is more suited to DFS tournaments than long fantasy championship seasons.