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Fantasy Football: Week 12 Rankings from Chris Meaney

It’s Turkey Day. The games start in just a few hours. Let’s dispense with the small and get right to the things that matter; the injuries you need to know about, and my Week 12 Rankings.

Week 12 Picks
Week 12 Waiver Wire
Week 11 Touches & Targets

Week 12 Rankings & Injuries


Alex Smith (leg) – done for season
Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) – RULED OUT
Marcus Mariota (neck) – limited 
Joe Flacco
(hip) – RULED OUT; Lamar Jackson starts
Sam Darnold (foot) – RULED OUT
Ryan Tannehill
(shoulder) – will start
Josh Allen (elbow) – expected to start

Running backs

Melvin Gordon (hamstring) – expected to play
Kerryon Johnson
(knee) – RULED OUT
Alex Collins (foot) – back at practice Friday
Doug Martin (ankle) – expected to play this week
Ronald Jones (hamstring) – limited in practice last week
Chris Thompson (ribs) – RULED OUT

Wide Receivers

A.J. Green (toe) – not expected to play
Marvin Jones (knee) – RULED OUT
Doug Baldwin (groin) – expected to play
Devin Funchess (back) – doubtful
Tre’Quan Smith (foot) – RULED OUT
Jamison Crowder (ankle) – RULED OUT
Randall Cobb (hamstring) – questionable
DeVante Parker (shoulder) – expected to play
Jakeem Grant (Achilles) – done for season
Danny Amendola (hamstring) – expected to play
Pierre Garcon (knee) – RULED OUT
Robby Anderson (ankle) – likely headed for limited role
Brandon LaFell (Achilles) – done for season
Jordy Nelson (knee) – expected to play
Martavis Bryant (knee) – day-to-day

Tight Ends

Rob Gronkowski (ankle/back) – expected to play
O.J. Howard (ankle) – done for season
Jimmy Graham (broken thumb) – expected to play
Charles Clay (hamstring) – questionable
Geoff Swaim (wrist) – RULED OUT


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