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Aaron Jones, RB | GB

Sun, Dec 16, 2018

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Aaron Jones Believed To Have Sprained MCL

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (knee) is believed to have sprained his MCL in a Week 15 matchup against the Chicago Bears. The injury is not thought to be serious, but it may spell and end to Jones season. Jones suffered the injury early in the game. He had four carries for eight yards when he exited. Jones had been an electric talent when he saw playing time this year. Green Bays coaching staff had been hesitant all year to give him a heavy workload, frequently favoring running back Jamaal Williams, a superior pass protector. Even with a light workload, Jones managed to produce like a RB1 in fantasy. If he did sprain his MCL, it will be the second consecutive season that he has done so. Injury concerns and playing time could be an issue for Jones next season, but his potential in fantasy remains very high.

Aaron Rodgers, QB | GB

Sun, Dec 16, 2018

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Aaron Rodgers Sputters In Week 15

Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers had arguably his worst game of the year in Week 15 against the Chicago Bears. He threw for 274 yards on 25-for-42 passing with no touchdowns and one interception. It was Rodgers first interception since Week 4. Rodgers accuracy issues have been a little overblown this season but he was a mess in Chicago, missing many passes. Injuries have forced Rodgers to adjust his mechanics, which were awful in the game. It isnt time to panic quite yet. Rodgers was on the road, going up against the best defense in the NFL, with a banged up offensive line, and only one reliable wide receiver. Still, the invincibility that Rodgers maintained in fantasy has now fully disappeared. With Green Bay officially eliminated from the playoffs there may be a push for Green Bay to bench Rodgers who has been dealing with a number of injuries for the entirety of the season.

Matt LaCosse, TE | DEN

Sun, Dec 16, 2018

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Matt LaCosse Bounces Back in Loss

Denver Broncos tight end Matt LaCosse saw just two targets over the last two weeks combined - bringing in one pass for three yards. LaCosse bounced back Saturday night against the Browns with five receptions for 43 yards, and looks to have regained his streaming intrigue heading into Week 16 as the Broncos draw a Raiders team which has been one of the worst in the league at defending the tight end position.