Leonard Hankerson injury update: Fantasy value is still too low to trust

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Leonard Hankerson hurt himself on Friday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Leonard Hankerson (hip, hamstring) is listed as questionable to face the Lions on Sunday. He suffered an injury in Friday's practice and is up in the air.

It's not looking good. He's only going to have Saturday to get better and he almost is a lock to be less than 100 percent for the game.

Hankerson had a nice Week 1 against the Eagles, then fell off in Week 2 with only three catches for 35 yards.

Fantasy impact: A lot of receivers have put up numbers against the Eagles, so it's fairly safe to dismiss that game. Hankerson is far too inconsistent to trust, and now that he's injured, there's very little reason to hold onto him in fantasy leagues. Pierre Garcon is the only reliable option and should be a must-start in  standard formats. Santana Moss could be worth a look for those that are desperate.

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