The Falcons’ top receiving option went down mid-game against the Titans and was unable to return, and a missed practice to open the week suggests that London could potentially be out for a game. There’s still plenty of time for London to log a limited practice or two, but fantasy managers should be prepared with their backup plans in the event he would be ruled out. London has found a groove these past few weeks after an up-and-down start to the season, totaling at least seven targets and 11 PPR points in each of his past five games. Without London in the lineup, fantasy managers can only cross their fingers and hope that any available targets would be distributed appropriately to TE Kyle Pitts and not the trick play tandem of Jonnu Smith and Mycole Pruitt. The hope is that London will be able to miss just one game, if any, and avoid any kind of prolonged absence with the injury.
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