Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson suggested a stinger suffered back in Week 4 may be causing lingering nerve damage which has led to drops and inconsistently. Johnson expanded on the situation, "Actually I had some nerve damage that was kind of messing up my grip a little. Not to blame that, but I think the concussion could have had something to do with some of that damage." Also, WR Titus Young did not practice on Thursday for the second straight day.
Either receiver plays, they should probably be in your starting lineups. Young is a bit iffy after falling off a cliff with only two receptions for 20 yards last week. That said, this is a very favorable matchup with Minnesota's defense underperforming as of late. Even though Megatron hasn't lived up to the high standards he created last season, he remains a reliable WR1 across all fantasy formats. Young will bounce back sooner rather than later because keep in mind, Detroit was finally able to get their running game going against a very bad Jaguars' run defense. The Vikings' strength is in their run defense so there should be much more passing in Week 10.