The NFL wraps up Week 6 of the 2017 NFL season with a less than stellar Monday Night Football affair. The Tennessee Titans host the Indianapolis Colts in an important AFC South matchup. The big news for this game is the potential return of Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota from a hamstring injury. He is listed as questionable, but all reports indicate he will likely play. Most people likely already adjusted for Week 6 fantasy football, but I imagine it is worth noting for some of you. The SB Nation Fantasy War Room will be live today until 8:30 p.m. ET, answering all your fantasy football questions. If you can’t see the comments at the bottom of the article, click here. The War Room is running
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Several notable names are slated for a return to action in Week 6, although a couple of quarterbacks face dimmer prognoses. Meanwhile, a couple of receivers are finally set to make their season debuts Sunday as well. Without further ado, here's the health outlook for prominent fantasy assets heading into Sunday morning: Quarterbacks The Detroit Lions ' Matthew Stafford (ankle) turned in full practices throughout the week but is still listed as questionable on the final Week 6 injury report. However, he's expected to play in what should be a favorable matchup against a New Orleans Saints defense giving up 265.3 yards per game. The Oakland Raiders ' Derek Carr (back) returned to full participation
The Indianapolis Colts are still without Andrew Luck after the quarterback underwent surgery in January. Recently acquired passer Jacoby Brissett has played well as the team’s starter in Luck’s place, but the Colts are undeniably worse without the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL draft on the field. His absence has been somewhat of a mystery. While Luck’s surgery was described by Colts owner Jim Irsay as an outpatient procedure that wouldn’t threaten the 2017 regular season, it has clearly become a more significant issue than that. Luck has yet to play this season. But the problem for Luck began more than two years ago in a game against the Tennessee Titans. Here’s Luck’s injury history since: Sept.