Justin Blackmon injury: Jaguars WR listed as questionable, should play

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Justin Blackmon is listed as questionable for Sundays game. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon is listed as questionable on the official injury report headed into Sundays game against the San Diego Chargers. Blackmon did not participate in practice on Friday, but he seems likely to play in the game. On Friday, Backmon said there was "no question" that he'd play.

Blackmon has a hamstring injury, and only practiced on Wednesday. That said, Blackmon seems good to go. He's only played in two games this season, due to a four-game suspension. Those two games were fantastic, however, as he caught 19 passes for 326 yards, more than any receiver over the past two weeks.

He'll be catching passes from Chad Henne this week, as Blaine Gabbert is still injured.

Fantasy Impact: Blackmon owners have to be excited about the production he's been able to put up over the past two weeks. And good on them for grabbing him early and holding onto him despite the four-game suspension. Blackmon should be good to go for this one, and should put up big numbers again. There's little worry here.

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