Seahawks Rule Doug Baldwin Out: Week 2 Fantasy Football Impact | | Trending News

2018-09-16T18:27:53+00:00 September 16th, 2018|

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see Luck’s rule Doug Baldwin out week to fantasy football impact heavy calm following speculation that Baldwin would miss extended time John Boyle of the team’s official website offered a big update confirming that the Seattle Seahawks wideout will miss Sunday’s game he’s been officially ruled out on the latest injury report in turn fancy owners may want to consider either Brandon Marshall or Tyler Lockett if either is still available on their waiver wire we previously broke down both options as potential replacements for Baldwin original Doug Baldwin injury news [Applause] the Seattle Seahawks offense looked solid early against a strong Denver Broncos defensive unit but received some bad news shortly after halftime as the team revealed No one wide reciever Doug Baldwin was ruled out for the remainder of the game due to a knee injury Greg Bell of the Neuse Tribune followed up on the news by pointing out that it was Baldwin’s right knee and the injury actually came at some point during the first half it’s also worth noting that this is the opposite one which was banged up last month Baldwin who unquestionably is one of Russell Wilson’s go-to targets through the air was quiet through the first half of week one he saw just one target come his way and didn’t have a single catch it was Titan will decide who impressed in a big way as the rookie out of Washington totaled three receptions for 105 yards and one touchdown impacts and potential replacements for Doug Baldwin while a Titan typically isn’t a direct replacement for a wideout from a fantasy perspective if you have a flex spot or are in need of a tight end dysley looks like a solid waiver wire target he received five targets from Wilson and is a free agent in the bulk of fantasy leagues beyond that the Seahawks wide receivers struggled early against a talented Broncos defense in this matchup offseason free agent signing Brandon Marshall hauled in a 20-yard touchdown catch during the third quarter but it was his first catch of the game he managed to wrap up the game with three catches for 46 yards Tyler Lockett has also caught three of four targets for 59 yards and one touchdown but 51 of his yards came on the lone score his low number of targets with Baldwin sidelined is slightly concerning Marshall makes sense as the player most likely to replace Baldwin’s role in the offense although Lockett has more upside based on the former stepping in after the injury and almost immediately finding the endzone he’s worth considering using a waiver on update as ESPN’s Brady Henderson revealed Seahawks coach Pete Carroll stated Baldwin could be at a couple weeks Seahawks coach Pete Carroll does not sound like he’s expecting to have wide receiver Doug Baldwin available for Seattle’s game against the Bears on Monday night or perhaps the following leaf against Dallas either Carroll said Baldwin could be out a couple weeks after suffering what espn’s adam scepter reported to be a great to partial MCL tear in his right knee sunday he’s really gonna go a few days at a time here Carroll said let’s see what happens we’ll wait and see we don’t know yet it could be a couple weeks it could be a couple weeks and we’ll find out he’s as tough as you get we’ll need to wait Henderson moat fantasy owners will now need to jump at the waiver wire in an attempt to find a replacement for a Baldwin