Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (knee) is listed as questionable and will likely be a game-time decision for the team's Week 17 game against the Cleveland Browns. Sanders practiced on Friday but isn't a sure thing to suit up on Sunday.
Fantasy Impact: Sanders has quietly been a solid WR3 in his first season starting opposite Antonio Brown with the Steelers. He has 65 receptions for 714 yards and six touchdowns on the season and he's caught a touchdown pass in four of the last five games. He hasn't hit the 100-yard receiving mark in any game this season but he's clearly part of their game plan and is a decent source of moderate and steady production when healthy.
With Cleveland's elite corner back Joe Haden likely to shadow Antonio Brown for the afternoon, Sanders has a decent match up in the rest of the Browns' sub-par secondary. Pittsburgh still has an outside shot at the playoffs so owners can bet on them giving it everything they've got. If Sanders does suit up, he will remain a WR3. If he misses the game, Jerricho Cotchery and Markus Wheaton will be in for larger roles.