2020 NFL Draft Guide: Bold Predictions
The Fantasy Alarm staff shares their bold predictions for the 2020 NFL fantasy football season.
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Will Dissly (Achilles) was removed from the Week 3 injury report.
The Seahawks have limited Dissly's practice reps coming off last year's torn Achilles. His Week 3 status was never in doubt. Dissly has played 39 percent of snaps behind Greg Olsen through the first two weeks.
Added 10:22 am (EST)
H. Bryant - TE
Lions TE Hunter Bryant (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 3 against the Cardinals.
Bryant's debut will be pushed back at least another week. The Lions decided against placing Bryant on short-term IR, but he hasn’t looked close to playing.
Added 10:14 am (EST)
N’Keal Harry (ankle) is questionable for Week 3 against the Raiders.
The Patriots also listed Julian Edelman (knee) as questionable. Both are expected to suit up. Harry has been playing through a shoulder issue, but the ankle injury is new. He’s tied with Edelman for a team-high 18 targets through two weeks.
Added 9:52 am (EST)
Bryan Edwards (foot) was removed from the Week 3 injury report.
Edwards practiced on a limited basis this week. Any foot injury is a concern given Edwards missed the Combine with a broken foot, but it's possible the Raiders were being cautious. With Henry Ruggs (knee, hamstring) sidelined, Edwards could see his biggest target share of the season. Nelson Agholor and Zay Jones should also see more snaps with Ruggs out.
Added 9:40 am (EST)
J. Flacco - QB
Joe Flacco (neck) has been cleared for Week 3 against the Colts.
Flacco isn't on the injury report after practicing fully. Returning in Week 3 was always the plan for Flacco. With Flacco healthy, Mike White will likely be inactive as the No. 3 quarterback.
Added 9:33 am (EST)
Bucs WR Scotty Miller (hip) was left off the final injury report ahead of Week 3 against the Broncos.
Miller will be the No. 3 receiver, albeit a distant one, for the Bucs moving forward with Chris Godwin cleared following an early-season concussion. Even with Justin Watson (shoulder) ruled out for Week 3, Miller can't be trusted in fantasy lineups for the foreseeable future.
Added Yesterday 8:27 pm (EST)
Malcolm Brown (finger) was left off the final injury report ahead of Week 3.
Brown left late in Week 2 with a pinky injury that needed surgical repair early this week. It's a common procedure in the NFL, one that has a very quick turnaround. Brown was able to practice in full each of the last two days and shouldn't be too limited in Week 3's contest in Buffalo. Brown was out-dueled by Darrell Henderson in Week 2, but the veteran was the starter in each of the first two games and is more trusted in pass protection. Neither Brown nor Henderson offer any floor given McVay's hot hand approach, but the Rams' league-high neutral run rate (62%) gives them flex consideration if in a pinch. Cam Akers (ribs) has been ruled out.
Added Yesterday 7:58 pm (EST)
C. Awuzie - DB
Cowboys CB Chidobe Awuzie (hamstring) is out for Week 3 against the Seahawks.
Awuzie started at left cornerback for Dallas in each of the first two weeks and was expected to cover D.K. Metcalf for portions of this Sunday's contest. The Cowboys will turn to a backup instead, and they were already being challenged in the secondary at full healthy. With Seattle cooking, Metcalf and Tyler Lockett belong inside the top-15 of weekly fantasy rankings.
Added Yesterday 7:40 pm (EST)