Is Jaylen Waddle playing Sunday night? Fantasy injury update for Steelers-Dolphins Sunday Night Football – Sporting News

  • October 23, 2022

Jaylen Waddle has been a fantasy football star again this season, and with a favorable matchup against Pittsburgh on tap in Week 7, he’s a borderline WR1. However, a shoulder injury has him “questionable” for Sunday night’s game, and you can bet nervous fantasy owners are frantically checking for updates ahead of one of their last start ’em, sit ’em decisions of the week.
We’ll continue to update this article with news on Waddle until the official active/inactive report comes out on Sunday around 6:50 p.m. ET.
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Waddle (shoulder) was limited in practice all week, leading to his “questionable” tag. There hasn’t been any real concern about Waddle’s status, and coach Mike McDaniel even proclaimed on Wednesday that Waddle will play against the Steelers on Sunday night. So, case closed, right?
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It should be. It’s always nerve-racking/annoying when one of your players is listed as “questionable” going into a prime-time game. Fortunately, Waddle doesn’t seem like much of a concern, and as long as he’s active, he’s a must-start. Tua Tagovailoa’s return will only help Waddle, who’s been a high-target, big-play threat in almost every game this year. He’s gone over 100 yards three times, including once without Tagovailoa. 
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If Waddle is a surprise scratch, Trent Sherfield would likely see a big bump in targets and be worth a deep-league flex spot because of the highly favorable matchup. Other potential prime-time pivots include Dante Pettis, Nelson Agholor, DeVante Parker, and Tyquan Thornton.
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