Michael Turner fantasy status in question as he is a game-time decision

Wesley Hitt

Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner is listed as questionable for Sunday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner will be a game-time decision this Sunday. The Falcons' feature back was listed as questionable on the team's injury report Friday, with a groin injury.

Even though Turner is listed as questionable, there is a chance he suits up in Week 11 versus the Arizona Cardinals.

Fantasy Analysis: The Cardinals have toppled some mighty teams this season, so the Falcons should be on upset alert. With that said, if Turner is active, there should be a spot for him in your starting lineup, either as a RB2 or flex option.

The Falcons are a team that generates an awful lot of offense, and it's always good to have a starting player on a team like that. If Turner is good to go, start him -- but be cautious of Jacquizz Rodgers, who could snake touches from Turner on a day where he is not 100-percent.

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