Sport Is Phillip Lindsay playing Thursday night? Fantasy injury update for Broncos-Jets

03:10  02 october  2020
03:10  02 october  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Get the latest fantasy news, stats, and injury updates for Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay from CBS Sports. Broncos ' Phillip Lindsay : Unlikely to play Week 2. Wednesday, Broncos coach Vic Fangio said RB Phillip Lindsay , LB Mark Barron, DE DeMarcus Walker and CB

Broncos ' QB update . Broncos declared RB Phillip Lindsay (toe), ILB Mark Barron (hamstring), DL McTelvin Agim, G Netane Muti, WR Tyrie Cleveland, OLB Anthony Chickillo, and TE Albert Kkwuegbunam inactive Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (toe) won't play in Week 2 against the Steelers.

Phillip Lindsay has missed the past two games because of a toe injury, but after being officially listed as "questionable" for Thursday night's game against the Jets, he has a chance to play in Week 4. Melvin Gordon has held down Denver's backfield in Lindsay's absence, but the third-year handcuff should eat into Gordon's touches, creating legitimate start 'em, sit 'em questions for fantasy owners if Lindsay is active.

We'll be here providing updates below about Lindsay right up until the active/inactive report is released at around 6:50 p.m. ET on Thursday. For injury updates on Jamison Crowder, click here, and for more fantasy news, follow us on Twitter @SN_Fantasy.

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Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay is seeking a second opinion on his injured toe. Fantasy Impact. Lindsay is battling turf toe and it's more than likely he misses time Phillip Lindsay suffered a turf toe injury in Monday’s game against the Titans. Although it doesn’t appear to be serious, his status for Week 2 is

But on Thursday night , Lindsay stayed glued to the sidelines alongside the team's starters and some of the team's top rookie draft picks, such as "Of course I was surprised," Lindsay said. "As I was getting ready for the game , I thought I was going to play at least a couple of quarters if not the whole

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Is Phillip Lindsay playing Thursday night?

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UPDATE: Lindsay is officially INACTIVE.

Lindsay suffered a turf toe injury late in the first half in Denver's Monday night opener against Tennessee. He returned to practice this week, and coach Vic Fangio said Wednesday that Lindsay is "close to returning." Prior to exiting in Week 1, Lindsay had run seven times for 24 yards and caught his lone target for 11 yards. He even received a carry on first-and-goal from the two-yard line. The Broncos backfield was/is very much a split between Gordon and Lindsay, and Gordon hasn't done anything to run away with the job in the two weeks since.

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Broncos ' Phillip Lindsay : Unlikely to play Week 2. Broncos ' Phillip Lindsay : Done for night . by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire. Lindsay injured his wrist late in his rookie season, and the lingering effects prevented him from doing upper-body work until right before training camp.

The Broncos scored on the following play . Earlier in the game , Lindsay became just the third undrafted rookie in NFL history to record 1,000 rushing Joseph also said wide receiver Andre Holmes suffered an ankle injury and will undergo an MRI on Tuesday as well. The Broncos did not suffer any

Because of that, it's tempting to recommend starting Lindsay against the woeful Jets defense (seventh-most fantasy points allowed to RBs) if he's active, but you have to account for the possibility of him aggravating the injury early or the Broncos easing him back into action. It makes all the sense in the world for the Broncos to opt for a run-heavy game plan with Brett Rypien making his first NFL start, but Lindsay is still a big risk. If you really want to get Lindsay in a lineup, use him in DFS. Chances are he'll be low owned because of the injury, but he still has plenty of upside if he's healthy and has no restrictions.

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The real question for fantasy owners might be whether to start Gordon if Lindsay is active. There's no doubt he'll steal some touches, and Gordon hasn't really been that good this year (4.1 yards per carry, 58 rushing yards per game). His receiving ability gives him a decent floor, but if Lindsay is going to steal goal-line carries, Gordon has less upside than you might think. We'd still recommend him in both standard and PPR leagues this week because of hte matchup, but he's more of a flex than even an RB2.

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