Player Profile
Matthew Stafford (DET)
Low Risk (6%)
Player Overview

Stafford turned in the most efficient stretch of his career in 9 games last year under OC Jim Bob Cooter, who returns for 2016. That came against a favorable schedule and with the now-retired Calvin Johnson. Megatron’s retirement is a significant blow to Stafford’s fantasy outlook. But this remains a solid pass-catching unit. Stafford has a shot to crack the top 12 QBs and should at least be a useful spot-start option this season. He’s worth considering in the double-digit rounds of fantasy drafts.

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Full Injury History
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2016 NFL Hand Stafford struggled with a dislocated finger on his throwing hand in Week 14, but he played through it. He also had ligaments torn in finger.
2010 NFL Shoulder Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford suffered an AC joint sprain in his shooulder and didn't return to the game vs. Chicago Bears. Missed another 5 games.
2010 NFL Shoulder Matthew Stafford was sideline after suffering a separated (right)shoulder.He underwent the corrective AC joint repair procedure which included an AC joint repair and a clavicle shaving. Stafford missed 7 games.
2009 NFL Knee Stafford dislocated his right kneecap(or subluxation of the patella) during a game against Chicago Bears. He was placed on IR and underwent surgery.
2009 NFL Shoulder Quarterback Matthew Stafford suffered an AC joint sprain in his non throwing shoulder. He didn't play for the next 3 games instead he underwent surgery. Stafford was placed on the injury reserve list.