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Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest on James Robinson, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Miles Sanders, More RBs Affecting Week 11, Start Them, Call Them

The running back has been a problem for fantasy football owners in Week 11, with guys like Aaron Jones and Alvin Kamara already ruled out and Elijah Mitchell “questionable.” Ahead of Sunday, a few players on IR, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Miles Sanders, appear to be playing, but “questionable” RBs James Robinson, Latavius ​​Murray and Jamaal Williams look like game time decisions. The, sit back, decisions are on the line, and fantasy owners will be frantically checking out the latest injury updates, which we’ll provide below.

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Does James Robinson play week 11?

Robinson (knee, heel) did limited practice Thursday and Friday, and Jaguars coach Urban Meyer said the second-year full-back was feeling “pretty good” heading into Sunday’s game against the 49ers.

It seems likely that Robinson will adapt, and if he does, we can assume he will handle the vast majority of Jacksonville transportation. It’s a below-par game, but Robinson is doing enough as a receiver to remain a staple in all formats. If Robinson is out, Carlos Hyde will handle almost all of the Jaguars’ RB touches and be worth a flexible seat.

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Does Miles Sanders play week 11?

Sanders (ankle) was activated from IR on Saturday afternoon and is expected to start on Sunday against the Saints.

Prior to his injury, Sanders had had a disappointing season, in part because he averaged just 12.5 touches in six full games. Since his injury, Philadelphia has emerged as a dominant team, so there is hope for an increase in production. Of course, Jordan Howard isn’t thinking of just going away, especially around the goal line, so for now we’ll be looking at Sanders as the nominal leader of a committee. Against the run defense of league-leading New Orleans, he’s just a low-floor flex. Howard also gets this distinction in the standard leagues.

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Does Clyde Edwards-Helaire play week 11?

Edwards-Helaire (knee) hasn’t played since week 5, but after being activated from IR on Saturday afternoon, he is expected to face the Cowboys in Week 11.

CEH had played well before his injury, rushing for 100 yards and scoring in back-to-back games. Darrel Williams has excelled in his absence, however, and with a goodbye looming in Week 12, it seems likely these two will be sharing the backfield duties. We’re giving Edwards-Helaire a slight edge in value, but both are just flexes in this slightly favorable match.

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Does Latavius ​​Murray play week 11?

Murray (ankle) hasn’t played since Week 6, but after a week of limited training – and the exit of Le’Veon Bell – Murray has a tendency to face the Bears.

However, we don’t know what Murray’s role will be. He was a de facto starter and back on the goal line before his injury, but in his absence Devonta Freeman led the backfield and performed well as a runner and receiver. Chances are it’s close to an even split, and whoever gets the shots on the goal line will be more valuable. We’re giving Freeman a slight nod for at least this week, but both backs can be used as low floor and medium ceiling flexes.

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Does Jamaal Williams play week 11?

Williams (thigh) has been on the injury report for most of the season, but after a week of limited training he’s on track for his first game since Week 7.

With an average of almost 12.5 touches per game, Williams generally has flexible value in most clashes. However, with all the variables heading into this week’s game, including the tough game, the unknown role, and the fact that Tim Boyle is starting as a quarterback, Williams shouldn’t be counted for the fantastic rosters. His presence won’t help D’Andre Swift, but the second-year stud remains a staple in all formats.

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