Brandon Lloyd, Wes Welker limited on Wednesday: Fantasy Implications

Jim Rogash

New England Patriots wide receivers Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker were limited in practice. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New England Patriots wide receivers Brandon Lloyd (knee) and Wes Welker (ankle) were limited in practice on Wednesday, via ESPN Boston. While they were each listed with their own injuries, and possibly a little banged up, they are in no danger of missing Week 16.

On Sunday, expect Lloyd and Welker to be full-go against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Fantasy Analysis: Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker are both viable fantasy starts this Sunday against the Jaguars. After falling to the 49ers, the Patriots could very well take their frustrations out on the Jags.

Lloyd and Welker could both prosper with catches, yards and touchdowns. Continue to start Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker in the fantasy postseason.

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