Fantasy football injuries are inevitable. After over a month of training camp and preseason games, there have been several NFL injuries that managers will need to be aware of before they set their Week 1 Fantasy football lineups. Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin (toe) and 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) are two players expected to play through issues in Week 1.
Luckily, with the SportsLine Projection Model, you can get live-updated projections that can help you inform your lineup decisions in the event of any Fantasy football injuries. SportsLine's model beat human experts for the past several seasons, especially when there were big differences in ranking! It is simulating Week 1 10,000 times multiple times daily to give you the most up-to-date information.
One Fantasy football injury that the model can help you deal with: Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp. The 2021 AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year is coming off a season-ending ankle injury and recently reaggravated a hamstring injury he suffered earlier in training camp. He's already been ruled out for a Week 1 showdown with the Seahawks and the model is predicting that Van Jefferson becomes the team's leading receiver without Kupp, but only projects roughly three catches for 47 yards on average for him.
The model can also help you figure out how to handle McLaurin and Kittle while providing live-updated projections for every player on your roster! These Fantasy football projections can help ensure you've optimized your Week 1 Fantasy football lineups. You ABSOLUTELY need to see who it is before locking in your lineups.
So who should you start and sit in Week 1? And what should you do with players who are questionable to play in Week 1? ... Join SportsLine now to get Fantasy football projections for every single player, and optimize your Week 1 Fantasy football lineups with the model that has out-performed experts big-time!
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