Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest Ezekiel Elliott and Kyren Williams news impacting week 10 start, sit, decisions

With Sunday’s kick-off on the horizon, fantasy football owners are doing their final weekend recap of Week 10 injury report and making their last-minute start-and-sit-em decisions. This week, owners are particularly eyeing running backs Ezekiel Elliott and Kyren Williams, who are expected to play Sunday and could be worth starting in fantasy lineups.

Below we give you the latest news on these running backs and how their injuries could potentially impact the Week 10 fantasy landscape.

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Is Ezekiel Elliott playing week 10?

TO UPDATE: Cowboys don’t expect to make a final decision on Elliott’s status until they have evaluated him before the game, according to ESPN’s Ed Werder.

Elliott (knee) was officially ruled “questionable” ahead of the Cowboys’ Week 10 matchup against the Packers. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Friday he expects Elliott to play. according to Beat author Jon Machota.

The veteran running back was restricted from practice all week after not playing against the Bears in Week 8. The Cowboys had a reunion last week, giving Elliott more time to rest his sprained MCL. If Elliott folds, it will be interesting to see how many carries he gets compared to Tony Pollard. Both Pollard and Elliott should be viewed as RB2/Flexes against a Packers defense allowing RBs the 13th most fantasy points per game this season.

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Will Kyren Williams play week 10?

Rams head coach Sean McVay said Friday that Williams (ankle) will be added to the active roster and will play against the Cardinals on Sunday. according to ESPN’s Sarah Barshop.

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The rookie running back was due to return from injured reserve late last month after initially injuring his ankle in Week 1. Los Angeles’ running game has been disappointing this season, with Cam Akers, Darrell Henderson Jr. and Ronnie Rivers all getting touches. The uncertainty surrounding Williams’ role makes it difficult to start him in all leagues this week, but there’s a decent chance he’ll lead the Rams’ backfield. He should now be tucked away on rosters just in case he sees the most snaps and touches. Even if he doesn’t, he has advantages for the fantasy playoffs.


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