Fantasy Football Week 16 Get Started With ‘M & Sid’ M Running Backs: Tony Pollard, Leonard Fornet win

In a perfect world, injuries heal in the 16th week of the fantasy football season. Injuries are always a part of this game, but there is one particularly unpleasant thing about a championship game is that it is arbitrarily determined who is healthy at the right time. Of course, You still have to go to the wounds, And fill options can really help you bring home the championship, so this week we have to look out for:

Ronald Jones (Balance / COVID-19 / finger), Clyde Edwards-Heller (Ankle), and Game Agers (Ankle) is expected to lose the 16th week, viz Leonard Fornett, Levian Bell, And Darrell Henderson Must be in line to start this week. James Robinson (Ankle), Christian McCaffrey (Quad), Ezekiel Elliott (Flesh), Antonio Gibson (Leg), Joe Mixon (Foot), and Damien Harris (Ankle) All are at least questionable this week, and many of them may not play, so will have to wait the rest of the training week to see who gets it. That includes that Chase Edmunds (Ankle / knee), Jamal Williams (Quad), Miles Coskin (Balance / COVID-19), and Duke Johnson (Neck).

Check with the rest of our content throughout the week for updates on who’s available and who’s not available, and Jamie Eisenberg’s opening ‘M & Sid’ M calls may be updated depending on what’s actually going on with some of these names. For now, here’s who he rides in the championship and who he avoids:

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