Peyton Hillis misses Friday practice and is doubtful for Sunday: Fantasy implications

Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Peyton Hillis missed his third straight practice and is doubtful for Week 4. We break down the fantasy implications.

Kansas City Chiefs RB Peyton Hillis (ankle) missed his third straight practice Friday and is doubtful to play in Week 4 against the San Diego Chargers, reports Nick Jacobs. Hillis left Sunday's Week 3 game with a sprained ankle and was wearing a walking boot on Wednesday.

Fantasy Impact: Three straight missed practices is usually the kiss of death for a player's game status. Expect him to be either ruled out or listed as doubtful when injury reports are released later today. Hillis hasn't had much fantasy value this season, with only 93 rushing yards and no touchdowns through three games. Jamaal Charles will see the majority of snaps again after a monster game against the Saints. He will be spelled by Shaun Draughn.

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