Latest Update Greg Jennings tallies 38 yards, one TD Mon Nov, 24, 03:59 AM
Owns good power for a middle infielder, plus positional versatility. Also boasts a very good throwing arm and soft hands, no matter where he plays. Is a burgeoning run producer.
Flaws: : Isn't patient enough as a hitter, so his walks total is lacking. Strikes out a bit too much, partly due to the fact he has a bit of a long swing. Also, he's not much of a stolen-base threat.
He's obviously not the Jennings of old and the production is just far too spotty to trust him outside of the deepest of leagues. He does have two touchdowns over his last four games, but he's been under 75 yards in three of those four games and he's not exactly catching enough passes to help his value in PPR leagues. With the bye weeks over, those of you in leagues of 14 or fewer teams probably won't be using him anyway, but if you find yourself totally desperate for a WR3 play, you just never know.Analyst: Howard Bender
Ben Tate is the biggest surprise out of this group because he was just picked up off of waivers by the Vikings this week. However, do not start him in fantasy leagues because Tate will only see a couple of carries. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
If this latest news holds true, fantasy owners can expect him to get a heavy workload against his former team as this one could get out of hand early. Prior to last week's two targets, Jennings received six or more in his previous five games so that is a more realistic expectation for Sunday's action. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Jennings sat out of Wednesday's practice but practiced fully Thursday and Friday, so he should be good to go for Sunday's game against a soft Packers secondary. Analyst: Ben Diamond