NFL Week 6 Live Injury Report: Live Chat and Fantasy Football Advice
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If you're in need of some last-minute help with your fantasy football lineup, and/or need the latest scoop on injuries and player statuses for the NFL day ahead, you've come to the right place.
Today, our LIVE chat starts at 10 a.m. ET, and goes until 4:15 p.m. when the second slate of games begin. Feel free to check back early and often for any insight/advice you may need.
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Jake Delhomme (Cleveland Browns) Status - Out
Delhomme re-aggravated his ankle sprain last week. Colt McCoy is the guy for the Browns today.
Seneca Wallace (Cleveland Browns) Status - Out
Wallace sprained his ankle last week and will not play today. See above.
Matthew Stafford (Detroit Lions) Status - Questionable
Stafford is listed as questionable, but is likely two weeks away from returning. Look elsewhere this week.
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) Status - Probable
Rodgers was iffy for this week after suffering a concussion in overtime against Washington, but it looks like he'll be playing today. The Dolphins secondary isn't spectacular, so trust him as usual.
Brett Favre (Minnesota Vikings) Status - Questionable
Favre is listed as a game-time decision today against the Cowboys. While he hasn't been great this season, we like his situation with Randy Moss involved. If he plays, feel comfortable with Favre.
Tom Brady (New England Patriots) Status - Probable
Brady is playing this week. Don't worry about it.
Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) Status - Probable
Brees will be playing as usual. With the uncertainty in the Saints running game, don't consider benching Brees, despite a sub-par start to the season.
Michael Vick (Philadelphia Eagles) Status - Questionable
Vick's ribs are reportedly feeling better, but Kevin Kolb is starting today. Vick could suit up, but don't expect much out of him at all. Don't start him.
Donovan McNabb (Washington Redskins) Status - Questionable
He's listed as questionable with a hamstring injury, but he'll be playing against the Colts.
Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens) Status - Probable
Rice looked fully recovered from his knee injury last week, so feel comfortable starting him against New England today.
Peyton Hillis (Cleveland Browns) Status - Questionable
Hillis is questionable with a thigh injury this week, but, playing against the Steelers, it's not a great matchup to begin with. Look elsewhere for production this week.
Knowshon Moreno (Denver Broncos) Status - Questionable
Moreno practiced on Thursday and Friday, and could be playing today against the Jets. Stay tuned for updates.
Jahvid Best (Detroit Lions) Status - Probable
Best played last week, and should be fine to play again this week.
Arian Foster (Houston Texans) Status - Probable
Foster wasn't great last week, but, despite a minor knee injury, he'll be good to go against the Chiefs.
Joseph Addai (Indianapolis Colts) Status - Questionable
Addai has a neck injury, but he's expected to play against the Redskins. While he's still not completely healthy, he may not be as productive today as you'd like from a running back. Use him with caution.
Donald Brown (Indianapolis Colts) Status - Out
Brown didn't travel with the team to Washington.
Maurice Jones-Drew (Jacksonville Jaguars) Status - Probable
MJD is fine. Use him.
Fred Taylor (New England Patriots) Status - Out
Taylor is out for today's game against the Ravens with a toe injury.
Pierre Thomas (New Orleans Saints) Status - Out
Pierre Thomas isn't playing this week with his ankle injury. Look to Ladell Betts or Chris Ivory as the primary replacements.
Darren McFadden (Oakland Raiders) Status - Questionable
McFadden might be ready to play today, but don't be surprised to see him used as the backup to Michael Bush.
LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles) Status - Probable
McCoy's rib still isn't 100 percent, but, with the way he looked last week, don't be too worried about him.
Ryan Mathews (San Diego Chargers) Status - Probable
Mathews will play today, and he's expected to get more carries than Mike Tolbert. Tolbert still has flex value, though.
Chris Johnson (Tennessee Titans) Status - Probable
He'll play Monday night.
Clinton Portis (Washington Redskins) Status - Out
Yep, still out.
Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys) Status - Questionable
He's listed as questionable, but don't be surprised to see him in the lineup against the Vikings. However, since he's still the No. 3 receiver, temper your expectations.
Demaryius Thomas (Denver Broncos) Status - Questionable
Thomas is listed as questionable with a concussion, but since he hasn't been a giant part of the Broncos passing attack on a consistent basis, don't expect much from him today.
Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions) Status - Questionable
Johnson is said to be a game-time decision with a shoulder and a knee injury. Stay tuned.
Donald Driver (Green Bay Packers) Status - Probable
Don't expect the quad injury to keep Driver out of action today.
Andre Johnson (Houston Texans) Status - Probable
Johnson's ankle looked much better last week, so expect him to be fine again today.
Jacoby Jones (Houston Texans) Status - Questionable
Jones still isn't completely healthy, and, as the Texans' No. 3 receiver, doesn't have great value to begin with.
Austin Collie (Indianapolis Colts) Status - Questionable
Collie's foot is listed as questionable again, but since he played last week, expect him to be fine to play today.
Pierre Garcon (Indianapolis Colts) Status - Questionable
Garcon played last week, and should be playing today.
Marques Colston (New Orleans Saints) Status - Probable
He'll play against Tampa.
Legedu Naanee (San Diego Chargers) Status - Doubtful
Naanee hasn't been particularly productive to this point anyway, and he isn't expected to play.
Mike Williams (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) Status - Questionable
Listed as questionable, but in a huge game for the Bucs against the Saints, expect him to be out there.
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