Roddy White injury: Game-time decision puts fantasy value in doubt

Marc Serota

Could the receiver's knee keep him out of Sunday's game? We break down the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White (knee) was held out of practice on Thursday and is a game-time decision to play against the Giants in Week 15. White, the Falcons leading receiver this season with 1,140 yards, has not missed a game in his eight-year career.

Fantasy Take: Julio Jones seems to get most of the pub but he is well behind White in yardage this season with 63 catches for 997 yards, though he does have two more touchdowns. The Giants are 27th against the pass and there could be an opportunity for Matt Ryan and crew to approach 400 passing yards should the circumstances break just right.

If White has never missed a game before, I would expect him to make it out there in time, though he may be limited. If he doesn't suit up, Jones and Tony Gonzalez will get more targets and up their own values.

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