Jared Cook injury update: Fantasy status safe despite neck injury

Sam Greenwood

Jared Cook was a full participant in practice throughout the week for the Titans, and is expected to play Sunday against the Colts despite a neck injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jared Cook was a full participant in practice throughout the week for the Tennessee Titans, and is expected to play Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. He was listed on the team's injury report with a neck injury.

Cook has yet to miss any playing time this season, and is not expected to be limited at all in Week 14. He was targeted 12 times last week against the Houston Texans, and caught four passes for 51 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Cook has been hit-or-miss as a fantasy prospect this season. Occasionally he puts up serviceable numbers, but he has also had a few duds. Considering his low upside (just three touchdown receptions on the season), Cook can't be considered a reliable weekly starter. There should be better options to play this week than Cook.

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