We know that Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown, the best receiver in the game and one of the league's most dangerous fantasy players, will miss Week 16 with a partially torn calf. Who else might join him on the shelf in fantasy championship week?
Carson Wentz's ACL tear was the most significant injury in Week 14, but we already know how that will affect fantasy leagues and the Philadelphia Eagles. Alvin Kamara, who's just as important to his fantasy teams, suffered a concussion in the New Orleans Saints loss to the Atlanta Falcons. His status for Week 15 could determine if his owners move on to the championship, or if their season ends.
Matthew Stafford suffered an injury to his throwing hand in Week 13. He and the Detroit Lions get a great matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 14, but will Stafford be healthy enough to take full advantage? Our injury expert takes a look at that, and the other big injuries affecting the first week of the fantasy playoffs.
Doug Martin left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 12 loss to the Atlanta Falcons with a concussion. He'll be one of the key fantasy players to watch in practice this week. Our injury expert checks in on all of them in the Week 13 Injury Report
Robert Woods sprained his shoulder late in the Los Angeles Rams loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. After turning into a must-start receiver in fantasy leagues, his timetable for return could have a significant effect on the fantasy playoffs. Our injury expert as that and more in the Fantasy Football Week 12 Injury Report.
David Johnson of the Arizona Cardinals and Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers could both return soon after lengthy absences. Our injury expert looks at their chances of influencing the rest of the fantasy football season, as well as diagnoses for Devonta Freeman, Aaron Jones and others hurt in Week 10.
Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys suffered an ankle injury last week. He was the most important player injured in what was otherwise a slow week for injuries. That helps shift the focus to a couple players expected to return after missing most, or all, of the season.
Jordan Reed of the Washington Redskins is staring at another extended absence because of a hamstring injury. Meanwhile, Chris Hogan will have the benefit of a bye week to get over his shoulder sprain. Those two players kick off the Week 9 fantasy football injury report.
How long will the Tennessee Titans, and fantasy owners, be without Delanie Walker? How long will Jay Cutler be on the sidelines for the Miami Dolphins. And what's the outlook for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer? SI.com's injury expert has the answers.
Aaron Rodgers is likely out for the season, crushing the hopes of his fantasy owners. Other injuries suffered last week will have an effect on the fantasy landscape, as well, from Emmanuel Sanders's and Leonard Fournette's ankle injuries, to Jameis Winston's and Golden Tate's shoulder problems.