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Jets LB Quincy Williams left Sunday's loss to the Bengals with an ankle injury. If he misses further time, Kwon Alexander looks like the top candidate to join C.J. Mosley in starter-level playing time. We'll see about the diagnosis.

Jets WR Garrett Wilson exited in the 2nd quarter of Sunday's game vs. the Bengals after taking a shot to the ribs. He headed back to the x-ray room, according to insider Brian Costello. We'll update Wilson's status when we know more.

Update: Wilson is questionable to return with a knee injury, the team announced.

Update: Wilson returned in the 3rd quarter.

11:36am EDT 9/25/22

Jets WR Corey Davis (knee) is active for today’s game vs. the Bengals. He was added to the injury report on Thursday and limited again in Friday’s practice. Davis isn’t an enticing fantasy option at less than 100%.

Jets DT Quinine Williams (foot), EDGE John Franklin-Myers (toe, quad) and S Jordan Whitehead (calf) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals. All 3 finished the week with a full practice, which bodes well for their chances. We'll check their status Sunday morning.

Jets WR Corey Davis (knee) is questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Bengals. He was added to the injury report on Thursday and limited again in Friday’s practice. Davis isn’t an enticing fantasy option at less than 100%. His absence would be a boost for WRs Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson.

Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) is not listed on the final Week 3 injury report. He got in limited practices on Wednesday and Friday, sitting out on Thursday. Lazard still isn't at 100% but played 81% of Green Bay's offensive snaps last week.

Packers WRs Allen Lazard (ankle), Sammy Watkins (hamstring), Christian Watson (hamstring) and Randall Cobb (illness) all missed Thursday's practice. Lazard, Watson and Watkins were all limited on Wednesday, so it seems like this was a planned day off for guys that aren't quite at 100%. We'll know more when we get Green Bay's final injury report tomorrow.

Jets WR Corey Davis (knee) was added to Thursday's injury report and limited in practice. We'll have a better idea of his status for this weekend's game vs. the Bengals tomorrow. Davis' absence would be a boon to WRs Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers wasn’t asked to do much in Sunday’s win over Chicago, posting 234 yards and 2 scores on 25 attempts. The Bears helped the low volume by scoring only 10 points. Green Bay also had the run game working beautifully, especially with Aaron Jones. Rodgers’ scores went to Jones and Allen Lazard, who made his season debut following an ankle injury. Key RT Elgton Jenkins made his debut in Week 2 as well, although veteran LT David Bakhtiari remained out. Strong O-line play is critical for Rodgers, whose receiving corps lacks a true go-to target. The 38-year-old took 3 sacks against Chicago.

Jets DT Quinnen Williams left Sunday's win over the Browns with a foot injury. We'll see about the severity and his Week 3 status.

Jets WR Corey Davis hauled in a 66-yard TD late in Sunday’s win over the Browns. Holding a 6-point lead, the Cleveland secondary inexplicably allowed Davis to get wide open deep with 1:32 left to play. Davis had a 10-yard catch wiped out by holding, but otherwise, Sunday was largely an uneventful day outside of the long score. He managed only 2 catches and 4 targets, 4th most on the squad and a lowly 9% team share. He’ll likely forecast as a WR4 this week vs. Cincinnati.

Forced to play from behind in the 4th quarter, the Jets fed RB Breece Hall only 8 touches in Week 2. The rookie rushed 7 times for 50 yards, including a 23-yarder that showed off his plus vision, balance and burst. He was stuffed for a loss on the next play — a goal line chance — but later scored on a swing pass where the Browns defense failed to guard him. On the day, RB Michael Carter matched Hall in carries. Carter also topped the rookie 5-1 in targets, with Ty Johnson even mixing in for 3 targets. So until his usage improves, Hall will remain an RB3 for the foreseeable future. Next up is a home date with the Bengals.

Jets WR Garrett Wilson erupted for 8 catches, 102 yards and 2 scores against Cleveland. His 14 targets — yes, 14 — represented a 31.8% team share. Teammate Elijah Moore, meanwhile, mustered only 3 catches on 5 targets. Wilson’s effortless ability to create separation was on display all day, particularly on a 3rd-and goal pass where he was isolated out wide. Later, the rookie found a hole in the middle of Cleveland’s zone and snagged the game-winning score. Through 2 games, Wilson's posted 22-12-154-2 vs. 12-8-90-0 for Moore. We’ll see how this unit is shaken up by the eventual return of Zach Wilson, but for now, Joe Flacco is playing above expectation.

7:30pm EDT 9/18/22

Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) is active for tonight’s game vs. the Bears. He was limited in all 3 practices this week and listed as questionable, so he’s probably not at 100% yet. That leaves Lazard as a risky Week 2 fantasy play. But if you were waiting on him, he’s available.

Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) is expected to play vs. the Bears tonight, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Lazard is listed as questionable after a limited week of practice, so it's safe to assume he's still not at 100%. Lazard would be a risky Week 2 fantasy play.

Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday night’s game vs. the Bears. He was limited in all 3 practices this week. The late kickoff could make this a tricky situation for folks hoping to use Lazard in fantasy lineups. We’ll see if we get an update on his status on Sunday morning.

Chargers WR Mike Williams hauled in 8 balls on 10 targets for 113 yards and a score in Thursday night's 3-point loss to the Chiefs. He made a contested 39-yard grab to set up Los Angeles' 1st TD and a spectacular 1-handed snare for a 15-yard TD in the 3rd quarter. This, of course, followed a 2-catch, 10-yard dud in the opener. So it's been a very typical Mike Williams start to the season. But we'd bet on plenty more big games the rest of the way -- as long as QB Justin Herbert's injury isn't serious.

Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) remained limited in Thursday's practice. We'll see what he does tomorrow and how he's listed on the final injury report ahead of Sunday night's game vs. the Bears.

Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) put in a limited practice on Wednesday. It gives him a chance to return for Sunday night's game vs. the Bears. We'll get another update on Lazard tomorrow.

Chargers WR Mike Williams mustered only 2 catches for 10 yards in Sunday’s win over Vegas. He garnered only 4 targets on 34 Justin Herbert attempts. It’s a surprising result considering the plus matchup — and the early departure from Keenan Allen (hamstring). Of course, we’re looking at just a 1-game sample. And Williams has been historically prone to some hot and cold play. With Allen looking iffy for a Thursday night game at Kansas City, though, Williams will rank right back in fantasy starter range. The veteran saw 9 targets in both matchups with the Chiefs last season.

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