Greg Jennings Injury Update: Inactive could mean good things for fantasy value of Cobb and Jones

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Greg Jennings is out. We break down the fantasy implications.

Greg Jenning is inactive for Sunday Night Football against the Texans. James Jones is expected to get the start opposite Jordy Nelson.

Jennings will miss his second game in a row and his stats have suffered with just 12 catches for 78 yards and one TD.

Fantasy Impact: Jennings was one of the first five wide receivers to come off the board in several formats, but he has obviously been one of the worst picks in drafts this side of Chris Johnson. James Jones will get most of the snaps and he had two scores last week, so fantasy owners will probably want to get him in their lineups. Randall Cobb should also see a bump in targets. In fact, the pass rush of Houston should make Cobb's short routes a big weapon. One thing is for sure: Jennings owners aren't enjoy all the commercials.

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