Kevin Ogletree Injury Update: Concussion shoudn't keep him producing fantasy value

Rob Carr

Kevin Ogletree is probable to face the Eagles. We break down the fantasy implications.

Kevin Ogletree (concussion) put in a full week of practice and is listed as probable to face the Eagles on Sunday Night Football.

After exploding on the scene in Week 1 with 114 yards and two TDs, Ogletree has just one TD and 240 yards in his last nine games.

Fantasy Impact: The good news is that he is going to play against the divisional rivals and he could have some opportunities in the slot. The Cowboys are a little thin at receiver with Miles Austin banged up with a hamstring and hip injury. The Cowboys really don't run the ball, so it's not too far-fetched to think Ogletree could have some value on Sunday.

Dwayne Harris looks like a better play over Ogletree at this point. However, with Austin listed as questionable for a Sunday night game, we would avoid playing Ogletree or Harris unless you're extremely desperate.

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