Titus Young injury update: Questionable for Sunday, fantasy value should be in no danger

Leon Halip

The Lions number two receiver should be able to start despite knee injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young (knee) is officially listed as questionable to play against the Vikings in Week 10, but he is not expected to miss the game. Young missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday but returned on Friday.

The second-year pro out of Boise State has 324 yards in eight games this season.

Fantasy Take: Young started to break out three weeks ago with 81 yards against the Bears and then 100 yards and two touchdowns against the Seahawks, but slowed down to two catches for 20 yards against the Jaguars last week. With less practice this week and a knee that could be less than 100 percent, Young would be a risky WR3/flex play in Week 10.

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