NFL Week 16 – Injury Check Down Report

Even thought Drew Brees says he WILL PLAY - Fantasy owners must have a backup plan

Even though Drew Brees says he WILL PLAY – Fantasy owners must have a backup plan

Drew Brees – Questionable:  Drew Brees insists he will play against the Jaguars even with a torn plantar fascia. The reality is, fantasy owners need to have a backup ready to roll.

Brian Hoyer – Questionable:  Hoyer has been limited all week and hasn’t been cleared from his concussion; expect Brandon Weeden to get the start against the Titans.

Adrian Peterson – Probable: Adrian Peterson will play against the Giants after a full week of practice despite an ankle injury.

LeSean McCoy – Out:  McCoy will not play against the Dallas Cowboys; expect Karlos Williams and Mike Gillislee to split carries at running back.

T.J. Yeldon – Doubtful: Yeldon will not play against the Saints. Dennard Robinson will get the start and is expected to have a big day.

Shawn Draghn  Out:  Draghn will not play against the Lions, expect Kendall Gaskins, Dujuan Harris, and full back Bruce Miller to carry the workload.

Matt Jones – OUT

Tevin Coleman – Out:  Tevin Coleman will not play against the Carolina Panthers, fantasy owners can expect Devonta Freeman to start and carry the workload at running back.

Andre Ellington – Questionable:  Andre Ellington is expected to play against the Packers according to Bruce Arians and will back up David Johnson.

Alshon Jeffery – Doubtful:  Alshon Jeffery most likely will not play; expect Eddie Royal, Marc Mariani, and Josh Bellamy to carry the workload at wide receiver.

Calvin Johnson – Questionable:  Calvin Johnson should play against the 49ers after practicing a full week.

Danny Amendola- Questionable:  Amendola is NOT expected to play against the Jets during Week 16.

Dwayne Harris – Questionable:  Dwayne Harris is expected to play against the Vikings. Fantasy owners can expect Ruben Randle and Hakeem Nicks to carry the workload in Odell Beckham’s absence.

Donte Moncreif:  Questionable: Donte Moncreif injured his foot and was limited in practice all week if he cannot play against the Colts, expect Phillip Dorsett to start.

Rishard Matthews Questionable:  Rishard Matthews most likely will not play against the Colts; fantasy owners can expect Devante Parker, Jarvis Landry and Kenny Stills to carry the workload at wide receiver.

Julian Edelman- Doubtful:  Julian Edelman will not play against the Jets. Fantasy owners can expect Brandon Lafell to carry the workload at wide receiver along with an uncertain Danny Amendola.

Dez Bryant – Doubtful:  Dez Bryant will not play against the Buffalo Bills. Fantasy owners can expect Cole Beasley and Terrance Williams to carry the workload at wide receiver.

Marques Colston Questionable:  Marques Colston most likely will not play against the Jaguars.

Charles Clay – Out:  Charles Clay will not play against the Cowboys; expect Chris Gragg and Nick O’Leary to be in rotation at Tight End.

Ben Watson – Questionable: Ben Watson has a knee injury and may not play against the Jaguars. Fantasy owners should have a backup plan just in case he does not suit up.

NFL Week 15 – Injury Check Down Report

The Panthers will take on the Giants in NJ this week without Jonathan Stewart

The Panthers will take on the Giants in NJ this week without Jonathan Stewart

Jonathan Stewart – OUT:  Stewart will not play on the road this week against the Giants. Fozzy Whittaker, Cameron Artis Payne and Mike Tolbert will form up a messy backfield on the road against the Giants. These players are not viable options for the fantasy playoffs.

T.J. Yeldon – OUT:  Yeldon will not play against the Falcons. Dennard Robinson will get the start and could help fantasy owners who are in a tough spot.

LeGarrette Blount – IR

Thomas Rawls – OUT

C.J. Anderson – Anderson was limited practice all week, but is expected to play against the Steelers.

Andre Ellington – Game Time Decision:  Ellington is unlikely to play this week against the Eagles. Fantasy owners can expect David Johnson to get the start and get multiple carries at Philadelphia.

DeAngelo Williams:  Williams was limited in practice all week suffering an illness and has a tough matchup against the Denver Broncos.

Andy Dalton – OUT:  Dalton will not play this week in San Francisco. A.J. McCarron will get the start on the road against San Francisco.

Tyler Eifert – OUT:  Eifert will not play Week 15 against San Francisco.

Greg Olsen: Olsen is expected to play against the Giants on the road this Sunday.

Zach Miller: Miller is expected to play on the road against the Vikings for Week 15.

Alshon Jeffery:  Jeffery is expected to play against the Vikings and will be a number one WR option for fantasy owners.

Julian Edelman – OUT:  Edelman is not expected to play against the Titans. Fantasy owners can expect Danny Amendola to carry the workload for the offense.

Dwayne Harris:  Harris injured has a bum shoulder but is expected to play against the Panthers.

Rishard Matthews:  Matthews practiced on a limited basis this week and will be a third option if he suits up against the Chargers.

NFL Week 14 – Injury Check Down Report

Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski may play limited snaps Sunday night, but he’s always a redzone target

Rob Gronkowski – Questionable:  Rob Gronkowski is expected to see some limited action for the Patriots in Sunday night’s road clash with the Texans. He is NOT expected to start and there is no way to know how many snaps he will see. But if he were on my time, I would roll the dice and plug him in. This could lead to a ZERO in your tight end spot, but Gronk is always a threat to score.

Gary Barnidge – Questionable:  Gary Branidge been limited in practice all week. It would be surprise if he did not suit up and play. He should put up good numbers against the 49ers defense.

Zach Miller- Active:  Zach Miller will play against the Redskins Sunday. Bennet was placed on IR and this week and Miller has been upgraded to a top 15-option for fantasy owners.

Vernon Davis – Questionable:  Vernon Davis status is uncertain against the Raiders. If he cannot play, Owen Daniels will start and become the primary tight end.

Scott Chandler – Questionable:  Scott Chandler was limited in practice all week, but is expected to play against the Texans. If Rob Gronkowski somehow gets the start, Chandler’s value would go up in smoke.

Crockett Gilmore – Doubtful:  Crockett Gilmore didn’t practice at all this week and is unlikely to play.

C.J. Anderson – Questionable:  Anderson did not practice all week but there is a chance he will dress for the game against the Raiders. Ronnie Hillman was named the starter after getting in a full practice on Friday.

Ronnie Hillman – Active:  Hillman has been named the Week 14 starter for Denver’s home tilt against the visiting Raiders.

Karlos Williams – Out:  Anthony Dixon and MikeGillislee will back up Lesean McCoy. If you have Williams on your roster a backup is recommended.

Marshawn Lynch – Out: Thomas Rawls will remain the starter until Lynch is cleared to practice. Rawls has been very productive in the offense for the Seahawks and has put up good fantasy numbers.

Brandin Cooks – Active: Reports surfaced late in the week that Cooks had suffered a concussion during practice. This was not the case and Cooks is a must start against Tampa.

Allen Hurns – Probable:  Allen Hurns will play in this favorable matchup against the Colts.

Calvin Johnson – Questionable:  Calvin Johnson is expected to play against the St Louis Rams despite missing practice Friday. Johnson has put up good numbers in these last couple of weeks and Fantasy owners can expect him to continue playing well.

Julian Edelman – Out:  Julian Edelman will not play against the Texans. Danny Amendola workload will continue to increase in the offense until his return.

Danny Amendola – Questionable:  Danny Amendola was limited in practice all this week and will play against the Texans. Amendola should see a lot of targets since Edelman is inactive Fantasy owners can expect him to put up good numbers.

DeAndre Hopkins – Probable:  Hopkins was limited in practice all week and was placed on the injury report by the team. Despite being placed on the injury report, he is expected to play and be in the starting lineup against the Patriots.

Stevie Johnson – Out:  Fantasy owners can expect Danny Woodhead and Antonio Gates to be targeted a lot against the Chiefs as the Chargers receiving core is banged up.

Kendall Wright – Out:  Kendall Wright will not play against the New York Jets.

Eddie Royal – Questionable:  Eddie Royal returned to practice after missing five games with a knee injury and is expected to play against the Redskins.

Andre Roberts – Questionable:  Andre Roberts is unlikely to play against the Chicago Bears. If Roberts plays he will be limited to kick returns.

 

NFL Week 13 – Injury Check Down Report

Tyler Eifert

Tyler Eifert missed practice all week and is NOT expected to suit up against Cleveland

Tyler Eifert – OUT:  Eifert did not practice all week and is very doubtful this week against the Cleveland Browns. Tyler Kroft will get the start.

Rob Gronowski – OUT:  New England Patriots Tight End will not play against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Heath Miller – Doubtful:  Miller is VERY unlikely to play against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night. Jesse James is expected to get the start.

Maxx Williams – OUT:  Will not play against the Miami Dolphins. Crockett Gilmore will be the starter and Nick Boyle will be the backup.

Zach Miller – Miller is listed as questionable this week. He practiced on a limited basis, but should play against the San Francisco 49ers. If he plays, his upside is capped by the return of Matellus Bennett.

Devonta Freeman – Freeman is expected to return this week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Start him with confidence.

Ryan Mathews – OUT:  Mathews will not play this week against the New England Patriots, Demarco Murray and Darren Sproles will be in the backfield.

Carlos Hyde – OUT:  Hyde will not play this week against the Chicago Bears.

Charcandrick West – West will play against the Oakland Raiders. Expect him to split carries with Spencer Ware.

Allen Hurns – OUT:  Hurns will not play against the Tennessee Titans Sunday. Expect Julius Thomas and Allen Robinson to get more looks from Blake Bortles.

Michael Floyd – Floyd is questionable this week and was limited in practice, but should start against the Rams.

Danny Amendola – Amendola is questionable this week and should play against the Philadelphia Eagles. Fantasy owners should have a backup plan just in case.

DeAndre Hopkins – It’s all systems go for Hopkins who will play against the Buffalo Bills this week.

Leonard Hankerson – OUT:  Hankerson was placed on IR and is done for the year. Jacob Tamme will become the number one tight end and should be owned by fantasy owners in Hankerson’s absence.

Marquess Wilson – OUT:  Wilson will not play against the 49ers as he deals with a foot injury, expect Alshon Jeffrey to be targeted even more by Cutler.

Willie Snead – OUT:  Snead will not play this week against the Carolina Panthers. Expect him to return within the next week or so.

Ben Roethlisberger – Big Ben is not only expected to play, but put up top fantasy numbers this week against a beatable Colts secondary.

Sam Bradford –  Bradford is expected to return this week. If he can’t go, Mark Sanchez will lead the Eagles stumbling offense against the Patriots.

 

NFL Week 12 – Injury Check Down Report

Devonta

Devonta Freeman is OUT for Week 12’s matchup against the Vikings

Devonta Freeman – OUT

Carlos Hyde – OUT

Marshawn Lynch – OUT

Charcandrick West – Kansas City Chiefs running back is listed as questionable with a hamstring issue. If he cannot play expect Spencer Ware to get the start

Danny Amendola – OUT

Leonard Hankerson – OUT:  Atlanta Falcons wide receiver will not play against the Minnesota Vikings

Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos wide receiver will play against the New England Patriots

Jarvis Landry – Despite dealing with a knee injury, Jarvis Landry is expected to play against the New York Jets

Michael Floyd –  Arizona Cardinals wide receiver will play against the San Francisco 49ers

Malcom Floyd – San Diego Chargers wide receiver is probable this week, but expects him to play against the Jacksonville Jaguars

Travis Kelce – Kansas City Chiefs Tight End is listed as questionable with an ankle injury. If he cannot play, expect Demetrius Harris to get the start.

Antonio Gates – San Diego Chargers Tight End is now probable against the Jacksonville Jaguars, expect him to play and be a good option in fantasy.

Matt Bryant – OUT:  Atlanta Falcons kicker will not play against the Minnesota Vikings, he has a quad injury. Shayne Graham will be handling the kicking duties

NFL Week 11 – Injury Check Down Report

Sam Bradford actually avoided injury longer than expected

Sam Bradford actually avoided injury longer than most people expected

Alshon Jeffery – OUT

Emmanuel Sanders – OUT

Matt Forte – OUT

Sam Bradford – OUT:  Philadelphia Eagles quarterback is ruled out against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Mark Sanchez will start in his place until his return.

Peyton Manning – OUT:  Denver Broncos quarterback is ruled out against the Chicago Bears with a foot injury. Brock Osweiler will get the start.

Ryan Fitzpatrick – New York Jets quarterback will play this week against the Houston Texans.

Marshawn Lynch – Seattle Seahawks running back is expected to play this week against San Francisco even though he was limited in practice this week.

Darren McFadden – Dallas Cowboys Running Back is expected to play against the Miami Dolphins. The Cowboys may scale back his usage during this Week 11 matchup against the

Ryan Matthews – OUT:  Philadelphia Eagles running back suffered a concussion is ruled out against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Expect Demarco Murray and Darren Sproles to be used in the offense a lot in his absence.

Eddie Lacy – Green Bay Packers running back is listed as probable this week and should see some playing time. James Starks will get the start according to head coach Mike McCarthy.

Matt Forte – Chicago Bears running back is a game time decision against the Denver Broncos. He has been practicing day by day but may need more time to recover expect Langford to start and carry a load in the offense.

Vincent Jackson – Tampa Bay Wide Receiver will be a game time decision against the Philadelphia Eagles. Fantasy owners should have a backup just in case he does not play. Once again, expect Mike Evans be the focal point of the offense.

Michael Floyd – Arizona Cardinals Wide Receiver is a game time decision Sunday night against the Cincinnati Bengals. Expect him to play in this game in this big matchup.

DeAndre Hopkins – Houston Texans wide receiver will play Sunday against the New York Jets.

Alshon Jeffrey – Chicago Bears wide receiver is listed as questionable. Eddie Royal is out, so expect Marques Wilson to be the number one receiver if he does not play.

Eddie Royal – OUT

Anquan Boldin – San Francisco 49ers wide receiver is listed as questionable against the Seattle Seahawks. Expect him to be ready to go and play in this divisional matchup.

Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos wide receiver will play against the Chicago Bears.

Malcom Floyd – OUT:  San Diego Chargers wide receiver will not play Sunday against the Chiefs.

NFL Week 10 – Injury Check Down Report

Emmanuel Sanders is listed as a dreaded game-time-decision for fantasy owners

Fantasy owners stuck with a GTD situation with Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders

Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos Wide Receiver is listed as a game time decision against the Chiefs. He suffered an ankle injury and hasn’t practiced for three days in a row. Fantasy owners should have a backup plan ready just in case he can’t suit up.

Matt Forte – OUT (more below)

Eddie Lacy – OUT (more below)

Eddie Royal – OUT:  Chicago Bears Wide Receiver will not play Sunday against the Rams.

Vincent Jackson – OUT:  Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide Receiver will not play against the Dallas Cowboys.

Kendall Wright – OUT:  Tennessee Titans Wide Receiver will not play against the Carolina Panthers.

John Brown – Cardinals Wide Receiver inadvertently destroyed fantasy owners during Week 8 when he was activated 45 minutes before game time but never took the field at all. This left fantasy owners with a big fat zero. Once again, Brown is listed as a game time decision with a hamstring injury. Expect him to play in this big division game against Seattle, but TEMPER your expectations.

Davante Parker – Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver is listed as questionable this week against the Eagles. Even if he plays, he is the fourth receiver on the depth chart and doesn’t need to be picked up in fantasy.

Calvin Johnson – Detroit Lions Wide Receiver is listed as questionable against the Packers. He is confident that he will play even though he has been limited in practice all week. Expect him to play barring any setbacks.

Josh McCown – The Browns quarterback is listed as questionable against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has a rib injury and Johnny Manziel has been practicing all week and is likely to start. Mike Pettine has yet to name the starter. If active and healthy, McCown will play, but expect Manziel to start.

Teddy Bridgewater – Minnesota Vikings Quarterback is listed as questionable this week against the Raiders. After a full practice Friday, Head coach Mike Zimmer has full confidence that Bridgewater will be able to make the start.

Ben Roethlisberger – Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is set to back up Landry Jones against Cleveland this week. He is not expected to play unless Jones goes down with an injury.

Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos Quarterback is listed as probable with a foot injury, but should start against the Kansas City Chiefs. Coach Kubiak expressed some concern, but barring an unlikely setback, Manning will play.

Marshawn Lynch – Seattle Seahawks Running Back is listed as questionable against the Arizona Cardinals. Despite battling injuries all season, Pete Carroll said that he expects him to play. If he does not play, rookie Thomas Rawls will be the starter and currently leads the team in rushing.

DeAngelo Williams – Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back is listed as probable against the Browns. Expect him to play and is a high end option in this favorable matchup against Cleveland.

Matt Forte – Chicago Bears Running Back suffered an MCL sprain injury and is listed as questionable. Don’t expect him to play this week or for Chicago coach John Fox to EVER provide a realistic time line for his return.

Eddie Lacy – Green Bay Packers Running Back is listed as questionable with a groin injury, but expect him to play this week and split carries behind the team’s new starter, James Starks.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tight End will not play against the Dallas Cowboys. Expect Mike Evans to carry a heavy workload on offense once again.

Larry Donnell – New York Giants Tight End will not play against the New England Patriots. Will Tye will get the start and play.

NFL Week 9 – Injury Check Down Report

Matt Forte could miss several weeks with his MCL issue

Matt Forte could miss several weeks with his MCL issue leaving fantasy owners in a pinch

Matt Forte – OUT

Leonard Hankerson- OUT

Ladarius Green- OUT

Marcus Mariota- Tennessee Titans Quarterback will start against the Saints this week after missing the last two games according to interim coach Mike Mularkey. He will wear a knee brace for additional protection.

Tyrod Taylor- Buffalo Bills Quarterback will play this week against the Dolphins and is one hundred percent ready.

Ryan Fitzpatrick- New York Jets Quarterback is listed as probable this week. He is cleared to start, so expect him to play and wear a protective glove on his injured thumb.

Brandon Marshall- New York Jets Wide Receiver is listed as questionable against the Jaguars. Expect him to play in this favorable matchup in which the Jaguars have allowed the eighth most passing yards per game.

T.Y. Hilton- Indianapolis Colts Wide Receiver is listed as questionable this week against the Denver Broncos. He did not practice the whole week and is expected to miss the game, but there is a chance he could suit up. Andre Johnson and Donte Moncrief will have to step up this week against a ravenous Broncos defense.

Sammy Watkins- Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver is listed as questionable this week against the Dolphins. Rex Ryan expects him to play and be absolutely fine. He will be a game time decision.

DeSean Jackson- Washington Redskins Wide Receiver is listed as probable this week against the New England Patriots. Expect him to play and be targeted even though he was limited in practice all week.

Leonard Hankerson- OUT Atlanta Falcons Wide Receiver did not practice all week and is ruled out against the 49ers. Expect Julio Jones and Roddy White to have big games against struggling 49ers’ secondary.

Vincent Jackson- Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide Receiver will not play this week against the Giants. Expect Mike Evans to carry the load and have a big game.

Stefon Diggs- Minnesota Vikings Wide Receiver is listed as probable against the Rams this week. Expect him to play and be ready as he is becoming an emerging rookie of the year candidate next to Todd Gurley.

Willie Snead- New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver will play Sunday against the Titans. He struggled a bit this week with a bruised knee. Snead was held out Wednesday’s practice but practiced Thursday and Friday.

Ronnie Hillman- Denver Broncos Running Back will play and start against the Indianapolis Colts. Coach Kubiak expects him to lead the backfield even though he will be splitting carries with C.J. Anderson.

Carlos Hyde- San Francisco 49ers Running Back is ruled out against the Atlanta Falcons. Kendall Gaskins is likely to draw the start for the Niners.

Matt Forte- OUT:  Chicago Bears Running Back is ruled out against the San Diego Chargers. Expect Jeremy Langford will make his first NFL start.

Ryan Matthews- Philadelphia Eagles Running Back is listed as probable against the Dallas Cowboys. Expect him to play considering he practiced in full Friday.

Stevan Ridley- New England Patriots Running Back is listed as probable and should play against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The question is how productive will he be in the offense playing behind Chris Ivory.

Orleans Darkwa– New York Giants Running Back is listed as probable against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Expect him to play and be a possible flex option on your roster.

Julius Thomas- Jacksonville Jaguars Tight End is probable this week against the New York Jets. He practiced all week and is expected to play.

Antonio Gates- San Diego Chargers Tight End is listed as probable against the Chicago Bears. Expect him to play and make an impact in Keenan Allen’s absence.

Ladarius Green- OUT San Diego Chargers Tight End is ruled out this week against the Chicago Bears. Expect him to return after Week 10, Gates should be targeted a lot and hopefully make an impact.

NFL Week 8 – Injury Check Down Report

Carlos Hyde

With Hyde out, the sputtering Niners offense will now be without the team’s best player

Carlos Hyde – OUT  San Francisco Running Back will not play Sunday and is expected to miss multiple games due to a stress fracture in his left foot. Expect Reggie Bush to get the start.

Marcus Mariota- OUT

Stevan Ridley- New York Jets Running Back is active off the PUP List. He should see some playing time this Sunday behind Chris Ivory.

James Stark- Green Bay Running Back should play Sunday. Fantasy owners will find it difficult to count on him especially against the Denver Broncos who currently rank fourth against the run this year.

Dez Bryant- Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver will be active this week against the Seattle Seahawks. He is expected to be limited, but that is easier said than done.

John Brown- Arizona Cardinals Wide Receiver is a wait and see project this week. Expect him to play against the Browns, according to head coach Bruce Arians. He has yet to be ruled out.

Leonard Hankerson- Atlanta Falcons Wide Receiver will not play Sunday against the Buccaneers. Expect Roddy White to play a bigger role in the offense.

Vincent Jackson- Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide Receiver is not expected to play this week, but should return in a couple weeks

Ty Montgomery- Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver is listed as questionable this week against the Broncos. He has not practiced all week and Davante Adams is set to make his return to the offense this week.

Anquan Boldin- San Francisco 49ers Wide Receiver is listed as questionable this week against the St Louis Rams. He told reporters that there is no doubt that he will play, so expect him to suit up and be ready to go. The 49ers are struggling offensively so hopefully he can make an impact.

Eric Decker- New York Jets Wide Receiver is listed as questionable this week against the Raiders after suffering a knee injury last week. Despite the injury, expect him to suit up and be ready to play.

Antonio Gates- San Diego Chargers Antonio Gates will most likely not play due to an MCL sprain that takes 3 to 4 weeks to fully heal. Ladarius Green has an unfavorable matchup against the Ravens.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins- Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tight End is unlikely to play this week against the Falcons according to head coach Lovie Smith. Expect Wide Receiver Mike Evans to have a heavy workload in the offense.

Marcus Mariota- OUT

Ben Roethlisberger- Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback is finally back and listed as probable against the Bengals.

Josh McCown- McGown is expected to start Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Expect him to have a rough game going against a vicious defense. Johnny Manziel could still see some reps.

NFL Week 7 – Injury Check Down Report

Fantasy owners depending on Antonio Gates are on shaky ground this week

Fantasy owners depending on Antonio Gates are on shaky ground this week

Brandon LaFell – Active

Dion Lewis – Doubtful

Ben Roethlisberger – Game Time Decision

Dez Bryant – OUT

Chris Thompson – Doubtful

Nelson Agholor – OUT

Antonio Gates : Gates suffered an MCL sprain last week against the Packers and is a game time decision against the Raiders. If he can’t play, expect Ladarius Green to get the start.

Ben Roethlisberger: The Steelers QB suffered and MCL injury and is traveling with the team as they play Kansas City, but do not expect him to play.

John Brown: Brown suffered a hamstring injury in both legs, but expect him to get the start Monday as they play the Baltimore Ravens.

Jeremy Maclin: Kansas City Chiefs Receiver suffered a concussion and passed all exams and will play against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Dez Bryant – OUT

Brandon LaFell: New England Patriots Wide Receiver has been activated from the PUP list and is expected to play this week against the New York Jets. Expect him to make an impact in his debut game back.

Odell Beckham: Beckham is still battling a hamstring injury in practice and was limited this week, but expect him to play Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.

Keenan Allen: Allen suffered a hip injury and will play Sunday against the Oakland Raiders; he says he does not feel the injury at all expect him to make an impact.

Matt Jones: Jones will play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Bucs. Expect him to be heavily involved in the passing game as Chris Thompson is doubtful for Week 7.

Melvin Gordon: Gordon is listed as questionable this week against the Oakland Raiders. He is suffering a toe injury, but expect him to play in this favorable matchup.

Dion Lewis: Lewis is listed as questionable as he is dealing with an abdomen injury. He was limited in practice. Expect him to play against the New York Jets on Sunday.

T.J. Yeadon: The Jacksonville Jaguars running back is battling a groin injury. After managing back-to-back practices this week, expect him to play against the Buffalo Bills.