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mtyndall

Ah, the annual question


rayder989

[LMAO it’s too easy](https://old.reddit.com/r/fantasyfootball/comments/x2ijnm/daboll_said_kadarius_toney_is_improving_he_had_a/imjnshr/)


Firenzeeeeeeeeeeeee

I was waiting for someone to say it. Every damn year.


GJM1287

Lol what? Not even close ​ >Every single thread is starters who are injured and, wow, there is a lot of them Did you forget what day it is?


Riddickulous6

We were just spoiled with a shockingly uneventful pre season


FullHouse222

Lmao last year had way more. Too many fantasy newbies haven't been here long enough


aaronrodgersneedle

No. This season has been pretty tame injury wise ya noob.


makeazerothgreatagn

Unless you're a Buffalo Bills fan. They've lost 20-something players.


robmorren2

Chargers have had it worse


chimpansteve

When don't they though? Preseason superbowl hype to crushing week 3 despair when everyone dies is a long established Chargers tradition


Linkfoursword

49ers are well on their way again too


Quotes_FNV

Lions have a ton.


Iloveyouweed

No. This gets asked literally every season.


EverybodyHits

Absolutely not and this is asked every year We're actually light on season enders right now


KickerRevolution

That’s foreboding


rayder989

THERE IT IS BOYS!


Steak_Knight

You serious, Clark?


throwawayr3lation

New ?


Leadknight74956

Not remotely. Same as every single year.


Squishyfood

Seems better this year honestly. Besides Shepard, Dak, and Lance there hasn't been a big-time injury to anyone who entered the season 100%


dalanofanclub

Last year was a bit worse because guys were getting covid too There aren’t many massive injuries yet. Most of these questionable, limited guys will probably end up playing on Sunday


StrivingProsperity

Asked literally every season between week 3-5. Also, not even close. I’d say it’s actually one of the tamest that I can remember.


Exotic_Cookie2972

My God fuck off


csummerss

> it’s only week 3 you answered your question


Deathwishrok

Nah this gets asked every season, around the same time too


DJMaxLVL

There’s a few injuries a game it seems. This is where the luck side of fantasy football comes into play. Doesn’t matter how good your team is if they’re injured.


BlueHighwindz

Ask me again in a few weeks when Derrick Henry is out for the season again.


uclalien

It will look a lot better on Thursday. As for now, it's Wednesday.


Darth1Football

>RB section is a wasteland and many starting WR/QBs are already *down for the count* as well questionable **≠** down for the count


MOSFETosrs

We haven't even had our first bloody Sunday


Sammyd1108

This year doesn’t even feel anywhere near as bad as the past couple years when it comes to injuries.


TheIllusiveGuy

Easily the worst since last year.


lechrus

Not yet. I'm bracing for the RB-apocalypse of Week 4.


SherpaACG

First year playing fantasy?


TwoHeadedBoyTwo

Last year something like 8 of the consensus top 12 picks missed significantly time so no, this year isn’t


morosco

Not even close. There's fewer guys out for the season at this point than usual. When you pay close attention to people who are "limited" in practice in the middle of weeks, it distorts your view of injuries.


ToyStoryBoy6994

This might be the healthiest season so far


AmateurChemistry

This might actually be the best for injuries (fantasy wise) in my memory. No season ending injuries to star RNs as there have been in previous years (Saquon/CMC etc)


RawMan99

have u seen last year?


chevdecker

1) Not even close 2) Did you play during the covid season where guys were in and out every day and you never knew on Friday what guys were even eligible to play on Sunday??


needmoarprotein

its just you


eutectic_h8r

Lmao everyone was complaining the last 3 weeks that there were no waiver pickups because no one was getting injured and now suddenly it's the worst ever


timmyrigs

Insert James Franco first time pic here.


NSWIZ

First year playing fantasy??