Brandon Weeden injury update: Fantasy value stable with 'probable' status

Alex Trautwig

Cleveland Brown quarterback Brandon Weeden is officially listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is officially listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Weeden is reported to have a foot injury, but was listed as a full participant in practice all week. He should play.

Weeden had a productive game last weekend against the Cincinnati Bengals, throwing for two touchdowns. The Colts are only allowing 200 yards per game to opponents through the air.

Fantasy Impact: Weeden looks like he will be ready to play in a game that could turn into a shootout. Indianapolis has a highly-ranked passing defense, but that's likely because teams have been running all over them.

Weeden is worthy of spot start consideration if you need a bye week filler or play in a two-quarterback league. Other than those scenarios, you are rolling the dice by starting Weeden.

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