Danny Amendola ruled inactive by Rams: Fantasy implications

Scott Kane-US PRESSWIRE

Danny Amendola has been ruled inactive by the Rams for Sunday's game against the Bills. We break down the fantasy implications.

Danny Amendola is inactive for Sunday's game between the St. Louis Rams and the Buffalo Bills due to a foot injury, ESPN's Christ Mortensen reports. Amendola was considered a game-time decision after being limited in practice throughout the week.

Chris Givens is expected to see an expanded role yet again with Amendola out. Last week, Given caught 11 passes for 92 yards on 14 targets against the San Francisco 49ers.

Fantasy Impact: Givens is worth targeting as a WR3 this week in standard fantasy formats. He is considerably more valuable, still, in PPR leagues. He basically played Amendola's role last week against the Niners. Going up against a bad Bills secondary in a cold game that may not feature much downfield passing, Givens could have another solid outing.

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