Shonn Greene sits out of practice, CJ?K's backup is questionable in fantasy

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Shonn Greene hurt his knee in Week 1 and he'll be up in the air for Week 2. We break down the fantasy implications.

Shonn Greene (knee) did not practice with the team on Wednesday. His status is up in the air for Sunday's game against the Texans.

He injured his knee in the second quarter of in Week 1's game against the Steelers and did not return to action. He finished with four carries for 18 yards in the win.

Fantasy impact: Head coach Mike Munchak said that Greene's injury is not serious and he doesn't expect the former Jet to miss any time. While Greene was out, Jackie Battle vultured a TD, finishing with eight carries for 21 yards.

The sledding doesn't get much better for the Titans. They took on the always-stout run D of the Steelers, and Week 2 against the Texans doesn't bode well for them. Owners of the Titans backs shouldn't be too discouraged, though, they beefed up their O-line and it should get better in no time. Greene has little fantasy value while CJ?K is healthy.

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