Patriots WR Aaron Dobson still not practicing, questionable for this weekend
 
 
 
 

Patriots WR Aaron Dobson still not practicing, questionable for this weekend

Rookie Wide Receiver Aaron Dobson was held of of practice again Tuesday after re-injuring his foot in a week 17 matchup with Buffalo. He is questionable for this week's playoff matchup with the Colts.

Fantasy Analysis:

Dobson had a nice start to his rookie campaign, but joined the myriad other Patriots injured during the season. He came back in week 16 only to be knocked out of the game the following week.

If you don't practice during the week on Bill Belichick's team, you don't play. He still has a couple of days, but with a Saturday game it's unlikely that he'll be in there.

WR's Julian Edelman @Edelman11, Danny Amendola @DannyAmendola, and fellow rookie Kenbrell Thompkins are expected to be the primary receivers this weekend for the Patriots.

Source:
Twitter Jeff Howe

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