The following is a list of injured players for Wild Card Weekend (Jan. 5-6) and all the fantasy implications:
Out: LB Mike Peterson (hand), RB LaBrandon Toefield (ankle); Probable: CB Aaron Glenn (ankle), DT Grady Jackson (knee), S Reggie Nelson (thigh).
Fantasy take: Campbell will not see action in Wild Card Weekend, so QB Todd Collins will start in Seattle.
New York Giants
Doubtful: CB Sam Madison (stomach), C Shaun O'Hara (knee); Questionable: CB Kevin Dockery (hip), LB Kawika Mitchell (knee), DE Dave Tollefson (concussion); Probable: RB Ahmad Bradshaw (calf), WR Plaxico Burress (ankle), TE Michael Matthews (illness), WR Sinorice Moss (back).
Fantasy take: The possible absence of Madison makes Galloway even more attractive in postseason fantasy formats. Burress was limited in Friday's practice but will start in Wild Card Weekend. Bradshaw put in a full practice and should be third on the depth chart behind RBs Brandon Jacobs and Reuben Droughns.
San Diego Chargers
Doubtful: RB Lorenzo Neal (fibula); Questionable: LB Marques Harris (hand); Probable: K Nate Kaeding (left fibula).
Fantasy take: Kaeding missed Friday's practice but will start against Tennessee. K Dave Rayner will handle kickoff duties.
Out: WR Roydell Williams (ankle); Doubtful: C Kevin Mawae (calf), G Benji Olson (back); Questionable: RB LenDale White (knee), QB Vince Young (quadriceps); Probable: RB Chris Brown (back), DT Albert Haynesworth (hamstring).
Fantasy take: Young put in a full practice on Friday, so it looks like he'll start in San Diego. Williams and TE Bo Scaife (liver) are out for the postseason, so Tennessee's core of receivers will be limited. White, who left the team earlier in the week for personal reasons, did not practice but will be active in Wild Card Weekend.