Monday Morning Trainer’s Room: Tyrod Taylor Highlights the NFL Week 13 Injury Report

We avoided major injury before the fantasy playoffs.

Injuries are a part of the game, but for fantasy football, they’re a major part of the game. One player gets hurt and your whole roster could crumble if you don’t have a backup plan. We’re here to update you on the most fantasy-relevant injuries and how their team plans to move forward.

The Bills’ pathetic dreams came true when Nathan Peterman was forced to enter the game after Tyrod Taylor was carted off with a knee injury. Taylor got his ass kicked by the Patriots defense throughout the afternoon and finally left the game in the third quarter. Although Taylor may have avoided serious injury, it’s likely that Peterman will ride out the final few weeks at quarterback and Tygod’s last memory in Buffalo will be riding off in a cart. Peterman didn’t throw any interceptions against the Patriots, but finished the afternoon 6-of-15, lol. With Peterman under center, LeSean McCoy is the only viable option in that dumpster fire of an offense.

Cold Tub:

  • Matthew Stafford left the game with four minutes remaining after Terrelle Suggs stepped on his throwing hand. X-Rays were negative as he only suffered a bruised hand.
  • Texans TE CJ Fiedorowicz, who has a vast history of getting his bell rung, is in concussion protocol. No bueno.
  • Bruce Ellington left the game with a hamstring injury and did not return
  • Lockdown corner Jimmy Smith is done for the year with a ruptured Achilles, which is a big hit for the Ravens defense

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