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It's no surprise as Hue Jackson has claimed Gordon will not only start, but will also "play a lot" on Sunday.
While we have marginal expectations for Gordon against a Chargers team that has allowed just two wide receivers to score since Week 6, we're looking for anything positive on his snaps to provide confidence in using him in fantasy lineups moving forward. In his first home game in three years, Gordon wasted no time getting going early.
Gordon will be in the WR2 mix next week versus a Ravens team that will be without Jimmy Smith.
Hue Jackson said that Gordon would not only start, but "play a lot" and he delivered on that promise as Gordon had five more targets than any other Cleveland player.
Rudolph and Cook are likely still worth starting even if Bradford is out, but both Diggs and Thielen become very risky propositions. Howard (shoulder) was limited in practice all week, so even though he's expected to play against the Bucs, he could see a "downtick" in playing time.
After Tarik Cohen out-gained Howard by 47 yards in Week 1, this was already a worry for Howard owners, but with the health issues, Howard is suddenly a major risk (and Cohen is moving up in the rankings).
Even if he's active, Beckham might see limited snaps.A knee injury has Landry questionable for Week 2's game against the Chargers, but on Saturday the Dolphins we're "optimistic" he'd play and on Sunday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Landry would play "without limitation." Given the uncertainty surrounding the Dolphins' offense and the fact that this is a late-afternoon kickoff, it's not a bad idea to keep Landry on your bench this week. Ajayi (knee) appeared on Miami's initial injury report this week, but after some scary talk about his knee being an issue for "a while", he wasn't on the final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Chargers. New Orleans Saints WR Michael Thomas became the second player in NFL history -- with New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr.New England Patriots RB Mike Gillislee could be active in the team's Week 16 game Sunday, Dec. San Francisco 49ers DT De Forest Buckner (ankle), DE Elvis Dumervil (non-injury), CB Greg Mabin (calf) and OT Joe Staley (non-injury) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Dec. RB Matt Breida (knee), TE Garrett Celek (knee, rib), S Adrian Colbert (concussion, thigh), LB Brock Coyle (concussion), LB Mark Nzeocha (hamstring), S Eric Reid (knee), WR Aldrick Robinson (concussion, wrist), WR Trent Taylor (shoulder) and CB Ahkello Witherspoon (knee) were limited during practice. Los Angeles Rams LB Mark Barron (non-injury), LB Connor Barwin (non-injury), DE Matt Longacre (back), C John Sullivan (non-injury) and OT Andrew Whitworth (non-injury) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Dec. 24, in light of RB Rex Burkhead's (knee) injury that will sideline him for the remainder of the regular season. TE George Kittle (ankle) fully participated in practice. Alexander (concussion), DE Michael Bennett (knee), DT Nazair Jones (ankle) and FS Bradley Mc Dougald (knee) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Dec. TE Nick Vannett (shoulder) was a limited participant, while OTs Duane Brown (ankle), Luke Joeckel (knee) and LB K.