Brantley has gone through almost a lost season here in 2016 and now his 2017 season, at least the early portion, might be in jeopardy too. An MVP candidate just a couple of years ago, Brantley's future is cloudy at best.
After working through the concussion protocol, it certainly appears as if Robinson may indeed rejoin the Colts' secondary on the field in London against the Jaguars on Sunday.
Tomas has battled this nagging back/neck issue for quite some time now. Mitch Haniger will take over in right field.
Brissett started in Week 3, and might get a chance to do so again in Week 4 if Jimmy Garappolo does not progress enough from his sprained AC joint. Tom Brady will return in Week 5, meaning the Patriots' quarterback situation will then be clear.
Tom Brady will return for Week 5, so that is when the quarterback situation in New England will be clear. For now, if you have any plans of starting either Garappolo or Jacoby Brissett in fantasy leagues, monitor this scenario right up until Sunday.
Strasburg hit the DL more than one month ago due to his strained flexor, but this is an encouraging sign at least. The star righty is not expected to pitch at all in the upcoming NLDS, but should the Nationals advance further, he may have a chance to rejoin the staff.
Santana will get in some extra rest on Thursday in preparation for the playoffs next week. Jesus Aguilar will start at first base and bat seventh.
Some if the Indians' regulars will understandably get some extra rest over the next few days in preparation for the playoffs. Kipnis will give way to Michael Martinez at second base.
Clay has played through his knee issue each of the past two weeks, but he saw just two targets in Week 3 and did not catch either of them. Clay is really only a deeper-league option at the position against New England in Week 4.