Joe McKnight injury update: Ankle injury does not help already low fantasy value

Joe Sargent

New York Jets running back Joe McKnight is listed as questionable for Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New York Jets running back Joe McKnight has been listed by the team as questionable for Sunday's game. The Jets backup tailback had three-straight practices this week in which he was limited with an ankle injury. For his team's Week 11 match-up versus the St. Louis Rams, it looks as if McKnight will play.

And even though he expects to suit up, he will officially be a game-time decision.

Fantasy Analysis: There is a good chance that McKnight is active this Sunday versus the Rams. And even though his team has a favorable match-up against a St. Louis team with a losing record, starting McKnight would not be advisable.

McKnight is not the Jets starting tailback and even if he were, the entire team -- especially the offense -- is in complete disarray. Joe McKnight is off the fantasy radar at this point.

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