Danny Amendola Leaves Game Against Cardinals, Fantasy Value In Jeopardy

Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Danny Amendola left Thursday night's game with a shoulder injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Danny Amendola injured his shoulder against the Cardinals on Thursday night while trying to catch a ball from Sam Bradford on a fade route. He went back to the locker room afterwards, and now his return is questionable.

Fantasy Impact: Amendola opened up the game with a ridiculous catch falling down against Patrick Peterson. He was targeted five times by Sam Bradford through the first quarter and a half on Thursday night's contest, but his 44-yard reception was the only pass he hauled in. He continues to look like a primary target for Bradford on every drive, so his absence will certainly put a strain on the Rams offense. Look for Brandon Gibson to step up into the No. 1 role with Amendola out.

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