Roddy White listed as questionable, should play for Falcons, fantasy owners in Week 16

Kevin C. Cox

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White (knee) has been listed as questionable for Saturday night's game with the Detroit Lions. We break down the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White has been listed as questionable for Week 16 because of a knee injury. White did not practice on Wednesday but participated on a limited basis both Thursday and Friday.

White had just 16 yards on two catches in Week 15 and has scored just one touchdown since Week 6 for Atlanta, which faces the Detroit Lions on Saturday night.

Fantasy Impact: Fantasy owners are hoping Week 16 goes better for White than the week before. He has not been 100 percent but did turn in a 117-yard effort two weeks ago in the loss to the Carolina Panthers.

White remains a dangerous wide receiver and should be a strong fantasy play for Week 16. Consider him a fringe No. 1 wide receiver for Saturday's game with the Lions.

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