Ivory missed the Jaguars last game due to a hamstring injury but he was able to practice on a limited basis today, which means he's heading in the right direction for Sunday's game against the Vikings. His participation should be monitored in the coming days but if he's able to practice fully at least once or twice, he should play. The Vikings have one of the better run defenses in the league, so Ivory and the Jaguars backfield will have their work cut out for them on Sunday.
Forsett, who is now on his third team this season, will enter the Broncos backfield next week and will share carries with Devontae Booker moving forward. Booker has been ineffective in his last five games for the Broncos, carrying the ball 95 times for just 266 yards. At this point it's hard to tell how Forsett will fare in the Broncos backfield but he is worth a speculative add in fantasy leagues just in case he does break out.
Rodgers has been bothered by a hamstring injury for the last couple of weeks, and as a result, he will be limited in practice today. The Packers seem to be content to rest Rodgers a bit in practice in order for him to heal up fully, which isn't a bad idea. The two-time All-Pro played with the injury last week and looked fine, completing two-thirds of his passes and throwing for 209 yards and two scores.
Siemian is still making his way back from a sprained left foot but he was able to practice on Wednesday on a limited basis, which is a good sign for his availability against the Titans on Sunday. Siemian is coming off of his best game as a starting quarterback when he threw for 368 yards and three touchdowns against the Chiefs, and he has a very favorable matchup against a Titans defense that allows opposing quarterbacks to put up an average of 20.63 fantasy points per game. If Siemian can't go, Paxton Lynch would make another start but Lynch being under center hurts the fantasy value of the rest of the Denver offense.
State of Massachusetts Resident Daily Fantasy Sports Participant Disclosure:
FA Media, LLC ("FAM") may from time to time promote individual daily fantasy sports operators and FAM employees or contractors may at their sole and absolute discretion play on their personal accounts at a daily fantasy sports operator in the games that they offer advice on. Although the employee or contractor may have expressed personal views on the games and strategies in content contained herein, they do not necessarily reflect the view of FAM or the daily fantasy sports partner being promoted. The employee or contractor reserves the absolute right to deploy different players and strategies than what has been recommend within the content contained herein.