According to Aaron Wilson on Twitter, Houston Texans running David Johnson returned to practice on Thursday.
David Johnson is still technically on the injured reserve list, but his return to practice opens up the team's 21-day window to activate him. Duke Johnson has been ineffective in his opportunity as a spot starter, which means David should be back to his normal role as soon as he is healthy enough to be active for game day. David Johnson is our 24th ranked running back for Week 13.
Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs missed Thursday's practice with an ankle injury.
This marks consecutive missed practices for Jacobs, who is now in danger of being an early rule out for Week 13. Devontae Booker would likely lead the backfield if the talented sophomore is ruled out, so all eyes will be on tomorrow's practice reports as fantasy managers eagerly await the fate of the coveted runner. Booker is currently our 13th ranked running back for Week 13.
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz logged a limited practice session on Thursday.
This is the second consecutive limited practice for Ertz, and all signs point to him being active for Week 13. It would be nice if Ertz could practice in full tomorrow so as to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's contest against Green Bay, but the more likely scenario is a questionable tag, and fantasy gamers not finding out until prior to game time whether or not Ertz will be active. Even if he is active, Ertz may see a lighter workload than usual unless he starts the game hot. Dallas Goedert has put together two excellent games in a row, and will likely see more snaps than Ertz, even if it is for one week only. Ertz is our 20th ranked tight end for Week 13.