John Skelton '2 Weeks Out Now' From Fantasy Return

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John Skelton tweeted Monday that his injured ankle is feeling better, and that he is "two weeks out now" from a return. We break down the fantasy implications.

John Skelton tweeted Monday that his injured ankle is feeling better, and that he is "two weeks out now" from returning to the Arizona Cardinals. Skelton left the Cardinals' 2012 regular season opener in the fourth quarter, handing over the starting quarterback reigns over to Kevin Kolb.

Fantasy Impact: Kolb has played well in Skelton's stead, leading the Cardinals to an undefeated record through three weeks. Skelton may very well land on the bench once healthy. From a fantasy standpoint, this likely doesn't affect your lineup much. Whoever starts shouldn't be considered a fantasy option except in two-quarterback, or very deep leagues.

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