Justin Jefferson’s return is taking a little bit longer than fantasy football players anticipated, and they are not happy about it.
The Minnesota Vikings wide receiver has been out since October with a hamstring injury he suffered in Week 5.
The reigning Offensive Player of the Year was placed on injured reserve with the injury, which forced him to miss the team’s next four games.
However, he’s now missed six games, even though he was a candidate to return in each of the previous two contests.
So, as fantasy football playoffs are around the corner, and the first pick in most of those drafts still remains out, Jefferson’s social media mentions have not been kind to him.
Jefferson decided to answer back at all of them at once on X, formerly Twitter.
“My health is wayyyy more important than you winning your fantasy games,” he posted Tuesday morning.