C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson questionable for Week 4, fantasy status remains clouded

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson are both practicing on Friday. We break down the fantasy implications.

UPDATE: Coach Chan Gailey has confirmed that Spiller and Jackson are listed as quesionable for Sunday's game.

Buffalo Bills RBs C.J. Spiller (shoulder) and Fred Jackson (knee) are both practicing on Friday, reports Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550. Spiller left last Sunday's Week 3 game against the Cleveland Browns with a sprained shoulder, and got in only limited reps on Thursday. Jackson hasn't played since tearing his LCL in the season opener.

Fantasy Impact: Berring any setbacks, the Bills expect Jackcon to play Sunday against the New England Patriots. Spiller is a bit more of a long shot, but it's sort of incredible that he's even being considered to play after what looked like an ugly shoulder injury. If I had to guess now, I'd say both players are game time decisions, with Jackson getting the nod and Spiller sitting one more week.

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