Fantasy Football Injury Updates: Latest news on James Robinson, Rhamondre Stevenson impacting Week 10 start ’em, sit ’em calls



The running back injury list for Week 10 is tough to stomach for fantasy football owners. Nick Chubb (COVID), Alvin Kamara (knee), Jamaal Williams (thigh), and Damien Harris (concussion) have already been ruled out, while Chris Carson (neck) and Clyde Edwards-Helaire (knee) aren’t expected to come off the IR. Zack Moss (concussion) is playing, so that’s something, but with James Robinson and Rhamondre Stevenson “questionable,” fantasy owners will still be sweating out some key start ’em, sit ’em decisions until we get the final injury updates — which we’ll be providing below.

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Is James Robinson playing Week 10?

After missing last week’s game, Robinson (heel) is officially “questionable” for Sunday’s matchup against Indianapolis, but Jaguars coach Urban Meyer said on Friday that Robinson has a “good chance” of suiting up.

Some have estimated Robinson will see at least 60 percent of RB touches. Either way, he has a tough matchup against Indianapolils’ stout run defense, but he’s shown in the past he can put up plenty of points on the ground and through the air, regardless of game script. He’s a must-start if he’s active. If he is a surprise scratch, Carlos Hyde would handle almost all of the RB touches again and have flex-value thanks to volume.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Is Rhamondre Stevenson playing Week 10?

Stevenson (concussion) wasn’t able to get on the practice field this week, but after clearing the NFL’s concussion protocol, he’ll presumably suit up against the Browns.

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With Damien Harris (concussion) already ruled out, Stevenson is in line for significant touches. Consider him at least a flex despite a difficult matchup. If Stevenson is a surprise scratch, Brandon Bolden would likely get at least 15 touches and be a virtual must-start in both standard and PPR formats. If both play, Bolden has some flex appeal in PPR leagues.

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