Sidney Rice scores for fantasy owners, but not without a scary injury

David Banks

Sidney Rice scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime, but may have paid the price in a brutal injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice had one of his best games of the season, but it didn't come without a scare. Against the Chicago Bears in Week 13, Rice hauled in six catches for 99 yards and one touchdown. He was Russell Wilson's favorite weapon on the day, leading the team with nine targets.

Rice's biggest and most costly play came in overtime, where he caught a 13-yard score to win the game, but went down with a brutal collision and was motionless for a couple minutes.

Fantasy Impact: Rice was having a great game until that scary moment at the end. We'll know more about his status later.

If he's able to come back, Rice is a solid WR3 in the fantasy playoffs as Wilson is finally taking the training wheels off.

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