Week 12 Fantasy Football Injury Report
To help you set your final lineup this weekend, here is my complete Week 12 fantasy football injury report:
Guys Who Will Play:
QB Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears – Cutler will be back today after missing last week’s game due to a concussion.
RB Darren Sproles, New Orleans Saints – Sproles is finally back in action after missing a month with his hand injury.
RB Ahmad Bradshaw, New York Giants - Bradshaw is on the injury report again today with his foot injury, but will be active in the game.
WR Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs – Bowe will play today despite his neck and back injury.
WR Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons – Jones will start today despite being on the injury report all week with an ankle injury.
Guys Who Will Not Play:
QB Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers – Big Ben will be out this weekend with his painful rib injury.
QB Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles – Vick will not play today because he still has not been able to pass a concussion test.
QB Alex Smith, San Francisco 49ers – Smith will not start this week’s game, as he has still not fully recovered from his concussion.
RB LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles – McCoy is also going to miss this weekend’s game due to a concussion.
RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville Jaguars – MJD will miss this week’s game with his painful foot injury.
RB Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders – Run DMC is out again this weekend due to his lingering ankle sprain.
WR Percy Harvin, Minnesota Vikings – Harvin has already been ruled out of this weekend’s game with an ankle injury.
WR Denarius Moore, Oakland Raiders – Moore has been on fire lately, but will be out again due to a hamstring injury.
WR Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers – Brown will be out with an ankle injury this Sunday.
WR Greg Jennings, Green Bay Packers – Jennings will again be out this weekend with his lingering groin injury.
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