No, this is not a repeat of last week: Antonio Gibson, Joe Mixon, and D’Andre Swift are all “skeptics” (and expected to play) until Week 6. However, as long as they have a little red “Q” next to their names, owners competitive games will check out the latest updates to see if these RBs are playing. That’s where we come in, to give us the latest news ahead of your Week 6 interview.
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Is Antonio Gibson playing Week 6?
EXPERIENCE: Adam Schefter of ESPN announced Sunday morning that Gibson is expected to play.
EXPERIENCE 2: Gibson is a LEGAL CUSTOMER.
For the third week in a row, Gibson (shin) is “doubtful,” and for the third week in a row, he is expected to play.
Earlier this week, Washington Vice President Scott Turner said Gibson it is not just a small thing in terms of what he can do, that’s why we don’t expect him to be deprived of a game against the Chiefs. He has to start. If he has a distraction, JD McKissic will play more and become RB2 in PPR and change the standard. Jaret Patterson has also gained some momentum and has been able to change the game.
Is Joe Mixon playing Week 6?
EXPERIENCE: Adam Schefter of ESPN announced Saturday night that Mixon is expected to play.
EXPERIENCE 2: Mixon is a legitimate FOLLOWER.
Mixon (grandparents) was called “skeptical” against the Lions despite coach Zac Taylor saying “should get all the work done“earlier this week.
While Samaje Perine is still on the COVID list, the Mixon are expected to see around 20 related to the toughest defense in the league. If he’s impressive and Perine is still on the COVID list, then Chris Evans will grab a lot of what he’s carrying and be eligible to have RB2.
Is D’Andre Swift playing Week 6?
EXPERIENCE: Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network announced Sunday morning that Swift is expected to play.
EXPERIENCE 2: Swift and Williams are legal.
Swift (groaning) has been “doubtful” almost every week this season, and has never lost a game. There is no reason to complain about his presence against Bengal.
With Jamaal Williams (hip) also “suspicious,” the Lions love to play games with a reported injury. All of this is worth starting with, with Swift as the RB2 standard and the RB1 limit in PPR. Williams is all-inclusive.
Is Samaje Perine playing Week 6?
EXPERIENCE: Perine is officially released.
Perine was added to the COVID / storage list on Monday. It is not known whether he was infected or just contacted, and it is not known whether he was vaccinated or not. As a result, it is difficult to know for sure whether they are guaranteed to come out or have a chance to play. Given the lack of information about the situation, you should assume that Perine is not found on lions.
Coach Zac Taylor has already spoken to Mixon will get all the work done, so even if Perine plays, he will not change in the PPR game. If Perine comes out, Chris Evans will be affected, but he can’t be trusted in fiction.