Tom Brady missed practice Wednesday, fantasy ready for Week 16

Jared Wickerham

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady missed practiced Wednesday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady missed Wednesday's practice, via ESPN Boston. The prolific passer was held out with a right shoulder injury, and 18 other players were limited.

If this were any other team but the Pats, there might be reason to worry. However, this is just a day of rest for Brady and nothing for fans to worry about. He will be ready to go this weekend when the Patriots take on the Jaguars.

Fantasy Analysis: With the Jaguars coming up, Brady would probably be able to rest all week and be ready. This "DNP" is nothing for owners to fret over.

Following a somewhat disappointing performance against the 49ers, Brady should look to rebound big against the Jaguars. Keep Brady in your lineup this week...obviously.

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