Final injury report
Questionable: Sam Darnold (right shoulder), Tyrod Taylor (ribs)
Out: Joe Mixon (foot), Tyler Ervin (wrist), Raheem Mostert (ankle)
Questionable: Aaron Jones (calf), Justin Jackson (knee), Jeffery Wilson (calf)
Out: John Brown (knee), Michael Thomas (ankle, hamstring), Emmanuel Sanders (Covid-19), Sammy Watkins (hamstring), Diontae Spencer (shoulder), Bryan Edwards (foot, ankle), Antonio Gandy-Golden (hamstring), Isaiah Wright (shoulder)
Questionable: Jamison Crowder (groin), Curtis Samuel (knee), John Ross (illness), K.J. Hill (hip), Julian Edelman (knee), DeAndre Hopkins (ankle)
Out: Dawson Knox (calf), Austin Hooper (illness), Tyler Eifert (neck)
Questionable: Robert Tonyan (ankle), Jordan Akins (ankle, concussion), Jake Butt (hamstring)
Thursday Injury report update
The injury report is lengthy at this point in the season, and limited players are more often than not going to end up playing on Sunday. Each week on Friday morning we’ll offer an update on players who have sat out Thursday practice due to injury since that is an indicator they are trending in the wrong direction.
Practice Reports Pending:
Bills: TE Dawson Knox (calf) — DNPs Wednesday and Thursday
Jets: WR Jamison Crowder (groin) — downgraded after limited Wednesday
Saints: WR Michael Thomas (hamstring) — downgraded after limited Wednesday
Packers: RB Aaron Jones (calf)
Packers: TE Robert Tonyan (ankle)
Texans: TE Jordan Akins (ankle, concussion)
Jaguars: TE Tyler Eifert (neck) — downgraded after limited Wednesday
Chiefs: WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring)
Titans: WR A.J. Brown (knee) — downgraded after limited Wednesday
49ers: RB Raheem Mostert (ankle)
Patriots: RB James White — not injury related, but two straight absences is concerning
Cardinals: WR DeAndre Hopkins (ankle)
Raiders: WR Bryan Edwards (foot/ankle)
Rams: RB Darrell Henderson (thigh)
Welcome to Week 7 of NFL action! The league has provided us an interesting slate this week, with a mega-slate of divisional matchups to kick off the week. Teams continue creating separation in the race to top their respective divisions, as just three NFL teams remain undefeated.
As we clear up some questions about the NFL playoff picture, we gain plenty more questions about our fantasy football teams and what it means for start/sit advice. Week 6 performances from RBs Kenyan Drake, Darrell Henderson and Clyde Edwards-Helaire have us wondering if they’re the real deal. Can WR Chase Claypool continue to dominate? Which WR has the most upside with Andy Dalton under center for the Dallas Cowboys? Does Richard Rodgers have TE1 upside in the absence of Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert.
We’ll help you sort through these questions and more for your fantasy football teams and help you make your most difficult start/sit decisions in Week 7.