Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest news on Davante Adams, Mark Andrews and David Njoku impacting week 11 start ’em, sit ’em decisions

Three fantasy-related pass catchers – Davante Adams, Mark Andrews and David Njoku – drew the dreaded ‘questionable’ tags on their respective teams’ injury reports, which were included in Sunday’s playlist. It’s a must to be aware of their current status before making your final starting, sit ’em decisions in week 11.

Below we bring you the latest news on these pass catchers and how their injuries could potentially impact the Week 11 fantasy WR and TE landscapes.

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Injury update from Davante Adams, Fantasy outlook for week 11

Adams (abdominal) is officially ruled “questionable” ahead of Sunday’s road game against the Broncos. Adams has had limited practice all week, so stud WR is more likely than not to pull on Sunday.

Adams remains a plug-and-play WR1 despite a tough matchup against a Broncos defense that gives WRs the fewest fantasy points per game (FPPG) (19.1). Adams comes off a monster nine catch, 126 yards, one-TD, losing to the Colts in the Raiders’ Week 10. He also rallied over 100 yards in his first meeting against Denver in Week 4, so another game drawing double digits is likely.

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Injury update from Mark Andrews, fantasy outlook for week 11

Andrews (shoulder, knee) is poised to return to action after ending the week with a full training session. Andrews missed Baltimore’s final fight against the Saints in Week 9 after walking out of the Ravens’ Week 8 matchup against the Buccaneers in the second quarter.

As long as Andrews is active, he’s a shoo-in TE1 in Baltimore tomorrow, despite forecast windy conditions. Andrews is always a threat to reach Paydirt as he has seen 14 goals in the red zone this season. Andrews also leads all TEs in goal percentage (29.9 percent) and air yards percentage (33.6 percent), and remains Lamar Jackson’s top (sick) option in the passing game. Should Andrews be surprisingly inactive, Isaiah Likely, who has scored in each of the last two games, is worth a spot.

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David Njoku injury update, fantasy outlook for week 11

Njoku (ankle) trained on a limited basis at the end of the week and is officially ruled “questionable” ahead of Sunday’s match against the Bills. Njokus missed Cleveland’s last two games and his return would be a much-needed boost to the Browns’ offensive attack.

Njoku told reporters he is good to go on sunday, and we take his word for it. The Bills have defended the TE position well this season by helping the seventh-lowest FPPG to TEs (7.2), but given the lack of consistent production at the tight end of the fantasy, it’s still worth starting because you know the goals will be there (7.2 per game in his last five competitions). Should Njoku miss his third game in a row, Harrison Bryant will remain Cleveland’s TE, but he plays a lot riskier in fantasy leagues.



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