It’s week 12, only 2 weeks left in most season long fantasy leagues. Knowing the injury news and its fantasy implications are key.   Each week you can find a full breakdown on the Coach and Cole Show along with my top 5 injury implications. You can listen to the entire show here Coach and Cole Show Week 12

Cooper Kupp (5000 DK, 5400 FD) The rams face the Saints, and it will be without Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley in the secondary. I’d like to say Sammy Watkins would be a good play, but Kupp has been way more productive. Robert Woods will be out, and Cooper will get plenty of extra looks.

Martavis Byrant (5200 FD) Everybody in this game gains value with the absence of JuJu Smith-Schuster. Big Ben will have a very big day, as will Brown. Even Martavis will be high owned, but way too cheap at 5200. Only available on the prime time slate for DraftKings.

Zay Jones (4000 DK, 5100 FD) Last man standing over there in Buffalo. The rookie has struggled this season, but has shown progress.  Tyrod Taylor playing the whole game should help him. Kelvin Benjamin will miss again, Charles Clay and Jordan Matthews are both questionable. Kareem Hunt is in for a big game for Kansas City, but that secondary will open up some plays up for Zay.

Jaron Brown (5000 DK, 3100 FD) This is a little be of a sneaky call vs the Jaguars. But a Jaguar team without Jalen Ramsey.  **Update Ramsey will now play** That lines Jaron Brown up vs Tyler Patmon, a player who struggled last season. Jaron is a big target, and I can see him getting some red zone targets. Jaron Brown also has the benefit of a a hurt John Brown and J.J.Nelson. 

Corey Coleman (4300 DK, 5800 FD) My favorite play of the week. The Cincinnati secondary is banged up. Saftey Shawn Williams has been ruled out, and nickel corner Darqueze Dennard is also questionable. Coleman has showed flashes of being real good. Don’t forget about him this Sunday, just because he is on the Browns.

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