It’s already been a tough week for QBs with Drew Brees landing on the IR, and with Teddy Bridgewater, Matthew Stafford and Drew Lock all “dubious” (and Sam Darnold “dubious”) we have been able to see a large number of saves leading up to week 11 infractions Luckily for fantasy football owners, things probably won’t get too out of hand, but knowing the latest injury updates from these quarterbacks will be key to taking action. decisions to leave, sit ’em at WR, TE and maybe even RB
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UPDATE: ESPN’s Adam Schefter announced on Saturday night that Bridgewater wanted to start Sunday and would test his knee in pre-game warm-ups before the Panthers make a final decision on his status
Bridgewater (knee) has managed to get limited practice all week, and despite some conflicting reports on his prospects for Sunday’s game against the Lions, the latest news from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler is that there are an “optimism” about the chances of Bridgewater getting dressed
It is not known to what extent Bridgewater’s mobility or speed will be affected by the knee injury, so even in a favorable match it is not a recommended game. You may feel better with receivers Robby Anderson and DJ Moore, however, as Bridgewater’s accuracy should help both post decent stats If Bridgewater doesn’t play, backup PJ Walker would take the start Mobile Walker has shown well in the game. XFL this year, and while it’s not a recommended game either, it can run enough to keep the Panthers’ offense in motion and give Anderson and Moore some chances to play big games.
UPDATE: NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Sunday morning that Stafford will have “no limitations” for week 11
Stafford (thumb) participated in a pair of limited workouts to end the week and is set to start on Sunday against the Panthers
The Panthers’ pass defense has struggled lately, but Stafford has had its ups and downs most of the year He will be without Kenny Golladay (hip), Danny Amendola (hip) and top receiver Andre Swift (concussion), and while he still has big play receivers at Marvin Jones and Marvin Hall, he’s hard to count him as anything other than a midrange QB2 this week
Lock (ribs) set to start against Dolphins after limited testing Thursday and Friday
Ultimately fantasy owners won’t come close to Lock against Miami’s strong pass defense, but his presence is good news for pass catchers Jerry Jeudy, Tim Patrick, KJ Hamler and Noah. Fant Lock won’t hesitate to take risks, and while this often leads to turnovers, it can also lead to big plays for his receivers.
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