Wes Welker injury update: Questionable status does not change fantasy value

Patrick McDermott

New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker is listed as questionable. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker has officially been listed as questionable for Thursday's match-up. In Week 12, the Pats will face off against their AFC East rival, the New York Jets. In the Thanksgiving finale, Welker should be able to go.

The big 'Q' next to his name is nothing more than a silly ploy by the Pats. Wes Welker should be full-go this evening against the Jets.

Fantasy Analysis: Wes Welker is still a valued commodity in fantasy football, so if you've got him, start him. In most leagues, particularly PPR leagues, Welker is a week-to-week starter. In the Pats' pass-heavy offense, Welker is a sure-fire WR1.

Against the battered Jets, expect New England to get rolling and it could result in a big fantasy day for Welker. Keep him in your starting lineup.

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