Fantasy Harm Updates: Will Daniel Jones and Matthew Stafford Play Week 14?


There probably aren't many fantasy football owners planning on starting either Daniel Jones or Matthew Stafford this week, at least in single QB leagues, but that doesn't mean the status of these two "questionable" callers doesn't Will Affect Week 14 Affect Start & # 39; em, Sit & # 39; em decisions. Because of this, we will be keeping the latest injury updates for both of them below until their respective games begin.

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Is Daniel Jones playing this week?

Jones (thigh) has been limited in training this week, and according to The Athletic's Dan Duggan, Jones' "final inspection" went "well" on Saturday, suggesting Jones will face the Cardinals this Sunday.

Despite the cheap matchup, Jones is too risky to trust single QB leagues with your season, but he does have some advantages in two QB / Superflex leagues. Jones is also a preferred option over Colt McCoy when it comes to upgrading the stats of New York’s other offensive players.

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Is Matthew Stafford playing this week?

For the second week in a row, Stafford (thumb) was restricted in training throughout the week and "questionable" for Sunday's game. Just like last week, there doesn't seem to be any concern that he will actually be out.

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The Packers present Stafford with a tough matchup on paper, but that goes for most of his best performances this year, including last week against the Bears (402 yards, three TDs). He's a medium-level starting option in single QB leagues this week, but his presence makes Marvin Jones a decent WR3 and T.J. Hockenson is a must.