After a rough start to the season, make sure you understand these 10 fantasy football injuries and how they are changing players’ value heading into week 3.
Every year, there are a number of fantasy football injuries that shake up which players have fantasy value and who could be set up to struggle. This year seems to have been especially brutal with players dropping all over the place especially in Week 2.
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Every time a player gets injured, not only does his absence affect his own fantasy value, but it also impacts the rest of his team. For example, Week 1’s main casualty was Keenan Allen who I though was poised for a breakout season (oops). He’s not included in this list of the top ten fantasy football injuries impacting week 3, but his absence has allowed Travis Benjamin and Tyrell Williams to step up and become fantasy options.
On the following slides, we’ll take a quick look at ten of the most significant fantasy football injuries which will impact multiple players in Week 3. My goal isn’t necessarily to give you the latest update (although that’s included), but to help you know how to react to the injury in light of your fantasy team for this week.
How FanSided can help you get a win week 3
If you have questions as to where exactly players should be coming into the week, check out my full Week 3 rankings or our start/sit advice tool. Throughout the weekend, I’ll be updating my rankings leading up to game time. If news changes or clarifies for these players before their games kick off, make sure to check to see where they move. Also make sure to stay tuned to all our fantasy football coverage throughout the weeks ahead.
If you have any questions about your fantasy football team related to start/sit or injury advice, you can find us on Twitter @FansidedFantasy. I usually try to get to all the questions asked leading up to kickoff on Sunday, and I’ll be happy to give you my opinion on whatever questions you have.
One issue causing fantasy football owners plenty of stress and questions is what to do about these fantasy football injuries. Let’s start our rundown of the ten most important fantasy injuries to know about this weekend with a look at one of the most criticized QB’s in the league.