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Daily Fantasy Stock Report: Cardinals cut Michael Floyd
- Updated: December 14, 2016
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.@AZCardinals have cut WR Michael Floyd. Coach Bruce Arians about to address the media at the end of today’s practice.
— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) December 14, 2016
Michael Floyd needs to write a book on how not to play in a contract year and distribute it throughout the league. Floyd flat out sucked this year and he capped it off by getting a DUI on Monday. Talk about an absolute disaster for the soon-to-be free agent. From a fantasy perspective, J.J. Nelson is a must-own for Week 15 against the Saints, as he will get a gigantic percentage of the outside receiver snaps. John Brown’s snaps have been significantly lowered this season due to his Sickle Cell Disease.
P.S. Floyd would look very good across from Antonio Brown
Chargers RB Melvin Gordon (hip) is not expected to play Sunday vs. Raiders, per source. Remains a chance Gordon will play again this season.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 14, 2016
We told you during our Waiver Wire Watch that rookie running back Kenneth Farrow was the man to grab this week, and we were correct. It looks like Melvin Gordon will be out for the remainder of the fantasy season, and Farrow will get the majority of the load. Ronnie Hillman will make it annoying at times, but Farrow — who’s coming off a 13.80 PPR day — is the man to buy. The rookie out of Houston is very streamable if necessary.
— Katherine Terrell (@Kat_Terrell) December 14, 2016
A.J. Green returned to practice on Wednesday, after sitting out an extended period of time with a hamstring injury. Green practiced in a limited fashion and should throughout the rest of the week. Wait and see if he practices in full, but you should expect him back for Week 16, not 15. Sorry, AJ owners.
Matt Forte told me MRI on knee revealed torn meniscus. He suspects he's been playing w/ it all yr. Hopes to play this wk. #Jets
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) December 14, 2016
Well, this throws a bone into the Bilal Powell ejaculation. Powell has had a very good season as Matt Forte’s backup and was inline to be the bell-cow on Saturday night against the Dolphins. Forte is expected to be a game-time decision, but hopefully the short week will keep him out. It should be safe to sit Forte either way and feel comfortable with Powell as a Flex play.
- Julio Jones (toe) remained sidelined at practice, while Mohamed Sanu returned to practice. Sanu would be a must-play if Jones sits against the 49ers
- Adrian Peterson returned to practice on Wednesday and is eligible to return on Sunday. We’ll keep you updated if we think he has a legit shot at playing Week 15
- Josh Norman is likely to shadow the useless Kelvin Benjamin (Hi, Ted Ginn)
- The touchdown dependent Donte Moncrief (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday.
- C.J. Fiedorowicz (concussion) sat out Wednesday’s practice
- Lions RBs Theo Riddick (wrist) and Zach Zenner (concussion) did not practice on Wednesday, leaving a potential heavy workload for Dwayne Washington on Sunday
- Andrew Luck did not practice on Wednesday after getting ‘knocked around’ on Sunday. Make more excuses for one player, you can’t.