This column is meant to offer our best predictions on what players will/will not play, as of 9 AM ET on Sunday. For the official active/inactive reports, please see our Latest NFL Player News.
We've reached Championship Weekend in many Fantasy leagues, making the always evolving NFL 2020 health landscape all the more important. Considering four Week 16 games are already in the books, the list of names isn't as lengthy, but it still contains plenty of noteworthy comings and goings. Additionally, we have our customary array of game-time decisions looming, along with one COVID-19-related situation that eliminates four players from the receiver position from Sunday's ledger. With plenty on the line in the Fantasy realm and a robust amount of news, let's dive into the latest as of early Sunday morning:
The Giants' Daniel Jones (ankle/hamstring) is questionable for Sunday game against the Ravens after practicing in limited fashion all week. As per Saturday reports, Jones is expected to play versus Baltimore. Jones has missed two of the last three games, with the latter absence coming Week 15 against the Browns after he sprained his ankle versus the Cardinals in a Week 14 return from a hamstring injury. If the second-year signal-caller does indeed suit up, he'll add a more dynamic dimension to the Giants offense than veteran Colt McCoy, but he'll still be facing a Baltimore defense ranked in the top half of the league with 19.71 Fantasy points per game allowed to quarterbacks