Marques Colston injury update: Kenny Stills serving as a fantasy handcuff

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Marques Colston is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest. We break down the fantasy implications.

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston is listed as questionable to face the New York Jets on Sunday. He has been bothered by a knee injury and missed practices on Wednesday and Friday.

The early indications are that he's going to be a game-time decision. Colston suffered the injury last week. New Orleans didn't say anything about an injury and he played the whole game against the Buffalo Bills, finishing with just three catches for 18 yards and no TDs in Week 8.

Colston has really cooled off this season. In his last three games, he had just six catches for 44 yards, which is more like a quarter's worth of production for Colston in this high-powered offense. It's unclear what the Saints are trying to do with him, but it they might just be taking it easy on him based on his lack of production.

Fantasy impact: He's 30 years old and the age may be catching up with him. Kenny Stills could be an interesting play after heating up last week and Lance Moore could get more targets in the slot. Plus, the Jets have solid corners, so Drew Brees will look at Jimmy Graham a lot.

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