NFL Fantasy Week 6: Injury Report

Jon RiceContributor IOctober 16, 2010

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 11:  Quarterback Brett Favre #4 of the Minnesota Vikings looks to pass in the first half against the New York Jets at New Meadowlands Stadium on October 11, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Lots of questionable fantasy studs this week. This list will not include teams on bye, and I'll try to give some insight on some of the more notable players.

note:offensive players only

Atlanta Falcons

  • TE Justin Peelie-Questionable(groin)
  • WR Brian Finneran-Probable (knee)

Baltimore Ravens

  • RB Le'Ron Mclain-Probable(shoulder)
  • RB Ray Rice-probable(knee) he will play, you better start him
  • RB Matt Lawrence-out(knee)
  • WR Donte' Stallworth-out(foot)

Chicago Bears

No Players on injury report

Cleveland Browns

  • QB Jake Delhomme-Doubtful(ankle) Colt McCoy named starter
  • QB Seneca Wallace-doubtful(knee)       " "
  • RB Peyton Hillis-Questionable(thigh)-it's gonna be a tough outing against Pittsburgh, he'll play!
  • WR Josh Cribbs-Probable(ankle)
  • TE Robert Royal-Questionable(shoulder)

Dallas Cowboys

  • RB Chris Gronkowski-Probable(groin)
  • WR Dez Bryant-Questionable(ankle) Bryant hasn't been 100% yet, he still puts up numbers
  • TE Martellus Bennet-Probable(ankle

Denver Broncos

  • RB Spencer Larson-Questionable(ankle)
  • RB Knowshon Moreno-Questionable(hamstring) looking like he"ll play, finally!!
  • RB Andre Brown-Probable(illness)
  • WR Demaryius Thomas-Questionable(head)

Detroit Lions

  • QB Matthew Stafford-Questionable(shoulder)
  • RB Stefan Logan-Probable(foot)
  • RB Jahvid Best-Probable(toe) turf toe is hard to overcome in season, he'll play but don't expect big numbers
  • WR Calvin Johnson-Questionable(shoulder) check report Sunday Morning
  • WR Nate Burleson-Probable(ankle) will play and he'll get more targets, but he"s facing the #1 pass defense

Green Bay Packers

  • QB Aaron Rodgers-Probable(concussion) he passed his concussion test and practiced Friday..he'll play
  • RB James Starks-Out(hamstring)
  • RB Quinn Johnson-Probable(leg)
  • WR Donald Driver-Probable(quadriceps)
  • TE Jermichael Finley-Out(knee) he's likely out for the year
  • TE Donald Lee-Probable(chest)

Houston Texans

  • RB Arian Foster-Probable(knee)-looks minor, he'll be good to go
  • RB Derrick Ward-Probable(ribs)
  • WR Andre Johnson-Probable(ankle)keep a close eye on this, Houston can't afford to lose him
  • WR Jacoby Jones-Questionable(calf)
  • WR Dorin Dickerson-Questionable(knee)
  • TE Anthony Hill-Out(knee)
  • TE Owen Daniels-Probable(hamstring)

Indianapolis Colts

  • RB Joseph Addai-Questionable(neck) expected to play
  • RB Mike Hart-Questionable(hip) " "
  • RB Donald Brown-Questionable(hamstring)
  • WR Anthony Gonzalez-Questionable(ankle)
  • WR Austin Collie-Questionable(foot) expected to play
  • WR Pierre Garcon-Questionable(hamstring) game time decision

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • RB Rashad Jennings-Questionable(shoulder)
  • RB Maurice Jones-Drew-Probable(hand) he will play
  • RB Brock Bolen-Questionable(groin)

Kansas City Chiefs

  • WR Chris Chambers-Questionable(finger)

Miami Dolphins

No Players on injury report

Minnesota Vikings

  • QB Brett Favre-Questionable(elbow) no way he misses
  • WR Sidney Rice-Out(hip)
  • TE Visanthe Shiancoe-Probable(hamstring) practiced and will play, he should be in your lineup

New England Patriots

  • QB Tom Brady-Probable(shoulder) start him
  • RB Fred Taylor-Out(toe)

New Orleans Saints

  • QB Drew Brees-Probable(knee) will play
  • RB Reggie Bush-Out(leg)
  • RB Pierre Thomas-Out(ankle)
  • RB Christopher Ivory-Probable(knee) they brought in Julius Jones cause he ain't cutting it
  • WR Marques Colston-Probable(ribs) it's looking like he'll play
  • TE Jimmy Graham-Probable(ankle)

New York Giants

  • RB Madison Hedgecock-Out(hamstring)
  • RB Danny Ware-Questionable(groin)
  • WR Victor Cruz-Out(hamstring)
  • PK Lawrence Tynes-Questionable(ankle)

New York Jets

No players on injury report

Oakland Raiders

  • QB Bruce Gradkowski-Questionable(shoulder) Jason Campbell is starting
  • RB Michael Bennett-Out(hamstring)
  • RB Darren McFadden-Questionable(hamstring) Michael Bush is a better play to be safe
  • WR Chaz Schilens-Out(knee)
  • WR Johnnie Lee Higgens-Questionable(knee)

Philadelphia Eagles

  • QB Michael Vick-Questionable(ribs) Kevin Kolb named starter this week
  • RB LeSean McCoy-Probable(ribs) start him
  • WR Riley Cooper-Questionable(concussion)
  • TE Brent Celek-Probable(wrist) he'll play and is dangerous with Kolb in

Pittsburgh Steelers

No players on injury report

St. Louis Rams

  • RB Kenneth Darby-Probable(ribs)
  • WR Mardy Gilyard-Probable(thigh)
  • TE Billy Bajema-Probable(knee)
  • TE Michael Hoomanawanui-Probable(knee)

San Diego Chargers

  • RB Ryan Mathews-Probable(knee) will play, he plays the rams, might be his best game
  • WR Legedu Naanee-Doubtful(hamstring)
  • WR Craig Davis-Probable(ribs)

Seattle Seahawks

No players on injury report

San Francisco 49ers

  • QB Troy Smith-Probable(stomach)
  • TE Delanie Walker-Out(ankle)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • RB Earnest Graham-Probable(head) he"ll play
  • WR Mike Williams-Questionable(foot) practiced friday and will start
  • TE Kellen Winslow-Probable(knee)

Tennessee Titans

  • RB Chris Johnson-Probable(thigh) start him and prosper
  • WR Justin Gage-Questionable(hamstring)Kenny Britt might have secured the #2 spot on roster

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