The are plenty of injuries for you to consider heading into Sunday's NFL action. Let's take at look at the ones most likely to have a fantasy impact:
Ryan Grant (hamstring) - PROBABLE - Looks like he's going to play on MNF against the Vikings, the problem is that the game is Monday night. Worth using as a RB2 here.
Jamal Lewis (hamstring) - GAME-TIME DECISION - 4:15 start is going to force owners to make a decision; you may want to look elsewhere this week if you have options.
Willis McGahee (knee) - GAME-TIME DECISION - Even if he goes (which I doubt), he's going to play second fiddle to Ray Rice and have a rookie QB going. Stay away.
Laveranues Coles (thigh) - QUESTIONABLE - Expect him to play; injury has limited his time to get in groove with his new QB Brett Favre. Risky, a WR3 option here at best.
Joey Galloway (groin) - QUESTIONABLE - Likely to go and could be a factor against the Saints in a game I expect to be a shootout, double check on him as game nears.
Reggie Brown (hamstring) - DOUBTFUL - Stay away from him until further notice. Nagging injury and DeSean Jackson's arrival are taking their toll on Brown's fantasy value.
Antonio Gates (foot) - PROBABLE - The big guy is finally getting close to 100% and is a must-start in Week 1's match-up with the Panthers.
Todd Heap (knee) - PROBABLE - Heap is always on the injury report, but something you can always bank on is the fact TE's have good fantasy days against Cincinnati.
Ben Watson (ankle) - DOUBTFUL - Likely will not play this week; David Thomas expected to start, but you can do better than that in your line-up
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