Fantasy owners already know JuJu Smith-Schuster, Mike Evans, DJ Chark, and Nelson Agholor are out this week (and that DeVante Parker and Adam Thielen will return), but there are still several key WRs whose statuses are up in the air. Julian Edelman, T.Y. Hilton, Will Fuller, and Mohamed Sanu are “questionable” and hanging in start ’em, sit ’em limbo until the official active/inactive reports are released. We’ll have the latest injury updates below throughout the day on Sunday.
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Is DeVante Parker playing Week 15?
Parker has officially cleared the concussion protocol and is fully expected to play on Sunday against the Giants.
He should have a big game in this favorable matchup, so start him with confidence.
Julian Edelman injury update
Edelman (knee, shoulder) is “questionable” for Sunday’s game against the Bengals, but once again, he’s fully expected to play.
Start him as always.
Is T.Y. Hilton playing Monday night?
Hilton (calf) got in some limited practice sessions this week, and Colts coach Frank Reich said Saturday that Hilton will be a “game-time decision” for Monday night’s game in New Orleans.
It’s tough to imagine Hilton having a big impact if he plays, but if he’s active, he’ll be tough to sit in a favorable matchup. Perhaps the bigger effect will be on whether to play Zach Pascal or Marcus Johnson, both of which have WR3 appeal as the Colts top targets. Pascal is worth trying if Hilton is out, but if Hilton is active, it’s tough to bank on any of the three. If you have Hilton, don’t hold out for him Monday night if you have decent options on Sunday.
Will Fuller injury update
Despite missing last week’s game, Fuller got in limited practices all week and said he’s “feeling good” ahead of Sunday’s matchup in Tennessee.
Fuller has dealt with hamstring issues for most of the second half of the season, so even if he’s active, he runs the risk of being limited or exiting early. Fantasy owners know the kind of big-play upside he possesses, but he’s just a boom-or-bust WR3 in this neutral matchup.
Mohamed Sanu injury news
Sanu (ankle) is expected to play despite a “questionable” tag, but it’s not a particularly favorable matchup against the Bengals, at least on paper.
Moreover, it’s nearly impossible to predict who will see more targets out of Jakobi Meyers, Phillip Dorsett, and Sanu. He’s not worth playing in standard or PPR leagues with a fantasy championship berth on the line.