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  • HOU Defensive Back #24
    According to Wilson, it’s possible the Texans place Stingley on injured reserve, which would require him to sit out a minimum of four games. Stingley saw his 2022 come to an end late last season due to a hamstring injury, but we don’t have word on whether or not this is the same hamstring as last time. Through two weeks, the former LSU Tiger has earned a 69.1 PFF coverage grade while allowing two catches for 63 yards on four targets. The team may wait until Saturday’s deadline to decide whether or not to place him on injured reserve.
  • HOU Quarterback #7
    Stroud was a late addition to last week’s injury report but suited up against the Colts and threw for 384/2 in the loss. The fact he was able to play so soon after his injury is a good sign, and Stroud was a limited participant in Wednesday’s practice. Assuming he doesn’t take a turn for the worst, Stroud is an interesting streaming option against a Jaguars defense that’s ranked 25th in passing yards allowed. The Texans have also taken a pass-heavy approach in negative game scripts, with Stroud attempting 44 passes in Week 1 and 47 passes in Week 2.
  • FA Linebacker #55
    Kirksey joined the Bills less than a month ago after the Texans released him at the end of training camp. The veteran linebacker was a third-round pick of the Browns back in 2014 and appeared in 114 games during his career, totaling 778 tackles and 16.5 sacks while forcing 13 turnovers. Kirksey served as one of the Texans’ team captains last season, but didn’t appear in a game for the Bills this season.
  • NYG Running Back #31
    Given their lack of depth behind Barkley, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Giants split up their running back touches. Matt Breida is the presumed No. 1 back heading into Thursday night’s game, but Gary Brightwell and rookie Eric Gray also have a chance to see carries. Breida will be hard to trust as anything more than a RB3, and has had only four top-24 finishes dating back to 2020.
  • NYG Wide Receiver #17
    Robinson has been out since last season with a torn ACL. The Giants slot receiver will finally make his second-year debut on Thursday Night Football against the 49ers. Robinson caught 23 passes for 227 yards as a rookie prior to his injury and while he won’t carry fantasy relevancy immediately, he could develop into a flex play later in the season.
  • MIN Running Back #3
    Akers heads to Minnesota, where he will compete with Alexander Mattison for touches. He recently was put in trade talks by the Rams after he was a healthy scratch for Week 2. Akers has seemingly been halfway out of Los Angeles since last season and now the Rams officially move on to Kyren Williams. The Vikings add Akers hoping to electrify a run game to supplement a top-tier passing game.
  • MIA Wide Receiver #10
    Hill did not show a major indication of injury Week 2 against the Patriots, implying that this is more of a precautionary measure. Fellow WR Jaylen Waddle missed practice due to concussion, meaning Hill has a chance to see increased targets for Week 3. For now, Hill’s ankle is worth monitoring, but he still seems on track to play in Week 3 against the Broncos.
  • LAC Linebacker #97
    Bosa practiced once last week before being listed as questionable. He ultimately played through the hamstring issue and totaled two sacks plus two TFLs. The downside is that he was on the field for just 19 snaps. Even when limited, Bosa is elite, but it will be impossible for him to sustain that kind of production on such a limited role. Expect the Chargers to slowly ramp up his reps over the next few weeks in an effort to prevent his hamstring issue from worsening.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #81
    The ankle issue is new for Williams, but the full practice suggests it isn’t noteworthy. After a slow Week 1, Williams went for 83 yards on eight catches in Week 2. He will look to improve again in a likely shootout with the Vikings on Sunday.
  • HOU Quarterback #7
    Stroud was listed as questionable because of the injury to his right shoulder last week. He ultimately played through the issue and put together a strong showing. The rookie tossed for 384 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a loss to the Colts. His shoulder injury doesn’t appear to be serious, though it could limit his practice reps for a few more weeks.



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