Austin Collie– Has been ruled out for Thursday’s night game against the Titans due to the concussion affects. Collie could really help this offense, as the Colts have been desperate even signing Dominic Rhodes today to maybe try to bolster their run attack for Thursday.
Tashard Choice– Jason Garret and Jerry Jones have both confirmed that Choice has earned a larger role after last week’s 100 yd performance vs the Colts. It was a good matchup for Choice, but he is talented and a better runner then Marion Barber at this point. He arguably could be the best runner on the team. He has two solid matchups the next two weeks vs the Redskins and Cardinals, so it looks like Choice is going to be a solid fantasy starter for the playoffs.
Kenny Britt– Is set to return for Thursday night’s game as he’s not on the injury report, but the Titans haven’t decided if he will be the #1 wideout yet. With Kerry Collins struggling and Randy Moss taking catches away, it’s risky to go with Britt for the opening week of the playoffs. Although the titans should be passing a lot this week. I think Britt is a low-end #2 this week.
Joseph Addai– With the short week it looks like Addai might have to sit yet another week with his neck injury. Beat reporters in Indy are both stating they he will probably miss the game. Addai did practice in a limited fashion today so stay tuned, but either way it will be hard to rely on him this week. Mike Hart is also expected to miss Thursday’s game. UPDATE: ADDAI, COLLIE, HART, ClINT SESSION, will all miss Thursday Night’s game.
Donald Brown– Looks like he will start for Thursday, but you def want to search for other options.
James Starks– Starks who was a hot waiver pickup weeks ago, finally got to play this week and produced and got 18 carries. Former Packer RB and now Packers RB coach Edgar Bennett stated Starks has the “type of talent where he can stay on the field in every situation.” It looks like Starks will be the main back now in GB, although Jackson should continue to see some looks as well as Kuhn.
Brent Celek– Celek who has been heating up in recent weeks, stated that injuries caused his slow start. Now that Celek is healthier and teams starting to try to take away Jackson and Maclin more Celek should stay somewhat consistent throughout the fantasy playoffs. I would expect 50 yard games or close to it from here on out with a TD sprinkled in here and there.
Mike Williams -Seattle– Pete Carroll thinks that Williams will be able to go despite his bad ankle sprain. Stay tuned on this one, if Williams goes he makes for a low-end flex play against San Fransisco.