Jordy Nelson Injury Update: Jordy will not play, Randall Cobb and Greg Jennings looking good in fantasy

Rich Schultz

Jordy Nelson (hamstring) will not play against the Lions. Should you start Greg Jennings, Randall Cobb or James Jones?

Jordy Nelson (hamstring) did not practice all week and he has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Lions. James Jones is expected to start in his place.

Jordy has been bothered by his hamstring injury for most of the second half of the season and his stat line is sitting at 46 receptions, 658 receiving yards and six TDs in 11 games.

Fantasy Impact: Jordy was hurt in the first half of Sunday's game and getting ruled out so early in the week doesn't bode well for his prospects for Week 15. When he's right, he's a fantastic fantasy asset, so owners really have no choice but to stash him and hope he can make it back at some point.

The big winners here are Randall Cobb and Greg Jennings. Jennings will go back to his duties as the X receiver and should be Rodgers' favorite target in the red zone. Randall Cobb should work heavily in the slot. Both Jennings and Cobb are WR2 options, while James Jones has some WR3 allure.

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