Who should you start and who should you sit in Week 4? All 22 has the latest injury news on some of the top names in fantasy football football.
Fantasy football injury news
Seattle Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise
C.J. Prosise has been ruled out for Seattle’s game on Sunday versus the Indianapolis Colts with an ankle injury. Take Prosise out of your “flex” spot because he won’t be on the field.
Seahawks replacements: Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy, Chris Carson
New York Jets running back Matt Forte
Matt Forte is battling turf toe. The Jets running back is currently listed as doubtful. It’s a safe bet that the veteran won’t play in Week 4.
Jets replacement: Bilal Powell
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford
The Vikings quarterback is dealing with a bone bruise in his knee. Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said on Thursday that Bradford won’t play in Week 4. There is currently no timetable for his return.
Vikings replacement: Case Keenum
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin
Doug Baldwin is listed as questionable with a groin injury. Seattle’s No. 1 receiver exited the team’s loss to Tennessee last week with the injury. It looks like we could be heading toward a game-time decision in regards to Baldwin. If he plays on Sunday night versus the Indianapolis Colts, he won’t be 100 percent.
Seahawks replacement: Tyler Lockett
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Sammy Watkins
Sammy Watkins had his best game as a Ram in Week 3, although it ended with him being concussed. Watkins practiced on a limited basis this week, which is a good sign about his availability for Week 4 against the Dallas Cowboys.
Rams replacement: Tavon Austin, Cooper Kupp
Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon
Melvin Gordon has been dealing with a lingering knee issue that caused his workload to decrease in Week 3. The winless Chargers are in search of their first victory. Gordon’s bothersome knee shouldn’t keep him out of fantasy starting lineups.
Chargers replacement: Branden Oliver
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