Hakeem Nicks probable for Giants, fantasy owners in Week 16

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New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee) has been listed as probable for Week 16. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been listed as probable for Week 16 against the Baltimore Ravens. Nicks, as usual, missed one day of practice earlier this week to rest his knee. Nicks missed three games earlier this season because of a knee injury but has not been inactive since Week 5.

Nicks had three catches for 40 yards in last weekend's loss to Atlanta but has scored touchdowns in two of last four games for New York.

Fantasy Impact: Nicks clearly hasn't been 100 percent this season but he can't be ignored against a struggling Baltimore pass defense. Fantasy owners fighting for a league title will have to hope this is one of the weeks he scores because he hasn't had more than five catches in the last four games.

Nicks is a mid-to-low end No. 2 fantasy wide receiver for Week 16.

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