Week 6 Final Injury Report

OUT: Definitely will not play
DOUBTFUL: 75% chance will not play
QUESTIONABLE: 50-50 chance will not play
PROBABLE: Virtual certainty player will be available for normal duty.

John Abraham, DE, Atlanta Falcons: (back, QUESTIONABLE): Abraham was held to limited reps in practice all week and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game at Philadelphia.

Michael Vick, QB, Philadelphia Eagles (rib, QUESTIONABLE): Vick took limited reps in practice on Friday, but head coach Andy Reid has already announced that Kevin Kolb will start the game. Vick is available in case of an emergency, but is not a viable fantasy option in Week 6.

LeSean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (rib, PROBABLE): McCoy is expected to start Sunday vs. Atlanta. Owners are advised to get him in the lineup.

Ray Rice, RB, Baltimore Ravens (knee, PROBABLE): Rice sat out of Wednesday’s practice, but took limited reps on Thursday and Friday. He is expected to start Sunday at New England.

Fred Taylor, RB, New England Patriots (toe, OUT): Taylor will not play Sunday vs. Baltimore.

Jake Delhomme & Seneca Wallace, QBs, Cleveland Browns (ankle, OUT): Both Delhomme and Wallace are battling ankle injuries and will not play Sunday at Pittsburgh.

Peyton Hillis, RB, Cleveland Browns (thigh, QUESTIONABLE): Hillis missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but was held to limited reps on Friday. He is listed as a game-time decision, but owners are advised to sit him this week. Hillis has a brutal matchup with the top-ranked Pittsburgh Steelers run defense.

Dez Bryant, WR, Dallas Cowboys (ribs, ankle, QUESTIONABLE): Bryant missed all three practice sessions this week. Owners are advised to look for another option.

Brett Favre, QB, Minnesota Vikings (ankle, elbow, QUESTIONABLE): Favre missed practice on Wednesday but took limited reps on Thursday and Friday. He is expected to start Sunday vs. Dallas.

Calvin Johnson, WR, Detroit Lions (shoulder, knee, QUESTIONABLE): Johnson took limited reps in all three practice sessions this week, but is still listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. He is a game-time decision, so owners are advised to make this call on Sunday morning.

Jahvid Best, RB, Detroit Lions (toe, PROBABLE): Best is expected to start on Sunday at New York.

Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, New York Giants (neck, OUT): Kiwanuka has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against Detroit.

Jacoby Jones, WR, Houston Texans (calf, QUESTIONABLE): Jones missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but took limited reps on Friday. Owners are advised to look for another option. Even if he plays, Jones will not be 100%.

Andre Johnson, WR, Houston Texans (ankle, PROBABLE): Johnson is expected to start Sunday vs. Kansas City. Get him in the lineup.

Jermichael Finley, TE, Green Bay Packers (knee, OUT): Finley will not play on Sunday and can be dropped from all rosters. The Green Bay tight end could miss the remainder of the season.

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers (concussion, PROBABLE): Good news as Rodgers is expected to start Sunday vs. Miami. Owners are advised to get him in the lineup.

Clay Matthews, LB, Green Bay Packers (hamstring, DOUBTFUL): Matthews is not expected to play Sunday vs. Miami.

Pierre Thomas, RB, New Orleans Saints (ankle, OUT): Thomas has been ruled out for Week 6 due to an ankle injury.

Mike Williams, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (foot, QUESTIONABLE): Williams took limited reps on Wednesday and Friday, but sat out for Thursday’s practice session. He’s got a tough matchup vs. New Orleans on Sunday, so owners are advised to look for a better option.

Darrelle Revis, CB, New York Jets (hamstring, QUESTIONABLE): Revis took limited reps on Thursday and Friday, but missed Wednesday’s practice session.

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Denver Broncos (hamstring, QUESTIONABLE): Moreno took limited reps on Thursday and Friday after missing Wednesday’s practice session. He is a game-time decision, but should be sat by owners this weekend. His matchup with the Jets is not a favorable one.

Demaryius Thomas, WR, Denver Broncos (concussion, QUESTIONABLE): Thomas took limited reps in practice on Friday, but did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday.

Darren McFadden, RB, Oakland Raiders (hamstring, QUESTIONABLE): McFadden took limited reps in practice all three days this week. However, head coach Tom Cable has already named Michael Bush the starter for Week 6, so even if McFadden plays, his role will be limited.

Legedu Naanee, WR, San Diego Chargers (hamstring, DOUBTFUL): Naanee missed all three practice sessions this week and is not expected to play Sunday at St. Louis.

Ryan Mathews, RB, San Diego Chargers (ankle, PROBABLE): Mathews is expected to start Sunday at St. Louis. Get him in the lineup.

Lance Briggs, LB, Chicago Bears (ankle, QUESTIONABLE): Briggs missed all three practice sessions this week. That is never a good sign.

LaRon Landry, S, Washington Redskins (wrist, QUESTIONABLE): Landry was a full participant in all three practice sessions this week and is expected to start.

Donovan McNabb, QB, Washington Redskins (hamstring, QUESTIONABLE): McNabb was a full participant in all three practice sessions this week and is expected to start.

The Indianapolis Colts

The following players are listed as QUESTIONABLE: Joseph Addai (neck), Gary Brackett (groin), Austin Collie (foot), Donald Brown (hamstring), Pierre Garcon (hamstring), Anthony Gonzalez (ankle), Mike Hart (hip)

We’ll find out more about each of these players Sunday morning. However, Brackett and Brown did not practice all week.

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