Eddie Lacy injury update: James Starks looks like a nice fantasy play

Matthew Stockman

Eddie Lacy's concussion could cost him Week 3. We break down the fantasy implications.

Eddie Lacy (concussion) is listed as questionable to face the Bengals. He did not practice all week and could miss time. James Starks would start in his place.

The Packers haven't revealed many facts on Lacy since the start. Outside of saying he was going in for testing on Sunday after a blow to the head, they have just said that he's "making progress" this week.

Fantasy impact: There is a very good chance that Lacy is going to sit out. Starks was the first Packer back to post over 100 rushing yards and he's shaping up to be a must-start option. The Packers have a ton of upside as an offense, so even though it'll be a pass-happy approach, Starks will still be worth starting in just about all leagues. Lacy should obviously remain owned in all leagues.

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