Jimmy Graham injury update: TE listed as questionable, will play for fantasy owners

Chris Graythen

The Saints tight end practiced on a limited basis all week. We break down the fantasy implications.

New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot) got in a limited practice with the team on Friday and is fully expected to suit up for the Week 10 game against the Dallas Cowboys. He practiced on a limited basis every day this week and owners can expect to have their star tight end ready to go on Sunday.

Fantasy Impact: While dealing with the dreaded "questionable" tag is never an issue that owners want to deal with, they shouldn't have any deep worries about Graham's effectiveness even less than 100 percent healthy. Dealing with the same injury for the last two weeks, Graham still managed to put up a combined 12 catches for 153 yards and four touchdowns. There is no reason to think that Graham can't play through the pain in Week 10 and drop another dime line for fantasy owners.

In standard and PPR leagues, Graham is still arguably the top fantasy play against Dallas's defense that has been carved up by the tight end position all season. With Colston having a down year, Graham is Drew Brees's number one receiver. On pace for 20 touchdowns on the year, Graham is an elite TE1 play.

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