Jonathan Stewart ruled out for Sunday's game, limiting fantasy value

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Jonathan Stewart will miss his third straight game this week with an ankle injury.

Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers, according to the team's official twitter account.

Stewart injured his ankle in Week 13 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He has since missed two straight games against the Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons. DeAngelo WIlliams will start for the third consecutive game on Sunday against the Chargers.

Fantasy Impact: Jonathan Stewart's fantasy impact in 2012 was short lived. He won't likely return to any sort of meaningful role in time to have an impact in your fantasy football playoffs. It's safe to drop him for a more useful player.

DeAngelo Williams had a strong showing last week, but has to face the tough San Diego run defense in Week 15. He's a flex option this week.

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