It’s that time on Sunday morning where making your last minute lineup changes can make or break your week. Here’s the latest on the big fantasy names as we get started on this Sunday AM. Come back before kickoff for all the game time decisions
Ryan Mathews-San Diego Chargers-RB: Mathews status for Sunday is still up in the air and he’s officially questionable. He’s a tough game-time decision for the late kickoff. Make sure you have a backup plan in place because it’s most likely he misses today which is a tough blow to fantasy owners as he had a potentially great matchup with the Titans front 7. Come back throughout the day and we’ll update his status
Roddy White-Atlanta Falcons-WR: White practiced fully Saturday after missing Thursday and Friday. He’ll most likely play Monday Night against the Broncos. A late inactive could be a tough blow to his owners, but he’s too good to hold him back unless you have another elite WR option. Deploy him as you usually would unless you have an elite replacement
Miles Austin-Dallas Cowboys-WR: Austin turned in a week of full practices and should be full-strength against the Seahawks Sunday.
Pierre Garcon-Washington Redskins-WR: Garcon is expected to miss the ‘Skins game in St. Louis although he’s going to try to warmup and see how he feels. He’s a 4:05 start and a tough player to leave in your lineup in his current position.
DeSean Jackson-Philadelphia Eagles-WR: D-Jax is expected to play Sunday but could be limited by a hamstring injury in an already-tough matchup against Baltimore’s D. If you have other options, roll them out instead of Jackson, but he’ll probably play so will produce some points despite being a risky play.
Kenny Britt-Tennessee Titans-WR: Britt should be available in a limited role this week, but wait to start him if you can to see how much and how well Britt plays.
Daniel Thomas-Miami Dolphins-RB: Thomas is out for Sunday so expect another heavy workload
Jacoby Ford-Oakland Raiders-WR: Ford has been placed on season-ending IR and can be dropped in all formats. Rod Streater will continue to get plenty of playing-time and looks as the season goes on.