Saturday, December 4

Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest News on Alvin Kamara, Damien Harris, Nick Chubb, Affecting Week 11 RB Rankings



Alvin Kamara, Damien Harris and Nick Chubb were seriously missed by their fantasy football owners last week. However, everyone has a chance to play in Week 11, and their potential returns would have a big effect on waiver collections, rankings, and start-and-sit decisions. Get the latest injury updates when a new fantasy week begins.

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WEEK 11: Collection of main exemptions

Update on Alvin Kamara’s injury

Kamara’s knee injury is reportedly not serious, but it was worrisome enough to keep him out of last week’s game against the Titans. With not much to do early in the week, we’ll just have to wait and see. Last week, he didn’t practice at all, so this week’s practice reports should give us clues and give us clues as to his condition. If you play, you will return to a favorable showdown. The Eagles are the eighth worst team against fantasy RBs, and while we know Kamara doesn’t have the workload that some of the other aces at the position have, he is as efficient as they come.

All that said, sign him up as the RB5 in PPR and RB9 in the standard leagues. If he stays out, Mark Ingram appears to be a mid-level RB2 with a ceiling as high as an RB1.

WEEK 11 STANDARD RATINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Damien Harris injury update

Harris (concussion) I wouldn’t have practiced on Monday if the Pats went out on the field, so that’s not a good sign for a team that will play Thursday night. If the team doesn’t play until Sunday, Harris would almost certainly be fine, but the Patriots will face Atlanta on Thursday in what will be a good matchup for the RBs.

If you play, you must start against one of the five most generous teams for the RBs. If you’re out, consider Rhamondre Stevenson a must-start, but know the Patriots have a long history of feeding someone at random. That is always a risk, especially in a short week. However, we can’t let speculation get in the way of logic, so whatever the beginning of New England has to start in fantasy.

At this time, we classify Harris as RB15 in the standard leagues and RB17 in the PPR leagues. You have to think his ceiling is higher, but there’s a good chance New England will start swaying with more of a committee backfield after Stevenson’s solid performance against the Browns.

WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Nick Chubb COVID update

As always, Chubb (reserve / COVID) will have to turn in two negative COVID tests 24 hours apart before next Sunday, and there is plenty of time to do so. We won’t speculate here, but it sure looks like he’ll be in the lineup.

Unless Kareem Hunt (calf) is back, Chubb will immediately dominate the touches upon his return. We classify him as the RB2 in standard and RB6 in the PPR leagues against a Lions defense living in the background.




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