This week there are plenty of injuries around the league to keep track of, not to mention the headache that comes with filling in for bye weeks. So to help you set your final lineup, here is my complete fantasy football injury report for Week 6.
Guys Who Will Play:
RB Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks – Lynch is expected to start, despite his hip injury.
RB Arian Foster, Houston Texans – Foster will play today despite missing time in practice this week with a thumb and chest injury.
RB Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders – McFadden (hamstring) will be on the field today.
RB Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins – Morris will be back on the field Sunday night, despite his lingering rib injury.
RB C.J. Spiller, Buffalo Bills – Spiller (ankle) will be active for Buffalo’s game today.
RB Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers – Gore practiced all week with his knee injury and will be ready to go for San Fran.
RB Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams – Stacy (chest) will still start for St. Louis this Sunday.
RB Stevan Ridley, New England Patriots – Ridley (knee) will be on the field with this Sunday afternoon.
WR Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions – Johnson wil start today after missing last week’s game with a knee injury.
WR Danny Amendola, New England Patriots – Amendola will play today with his nagging groin injury.
WR Andre Johnson, Houston Texans – Johnson wil play today with a shin injury.
WR Cecil Shorts, Jacksonville Jaguars – Shorts will play today, despite a nagging groin injury.
WR Miles Austin, Dallas Cowboys – Austin will finally suit up today with his lingering hamstring injury.
Guys Will Not Play:
QB Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles – Vick will not play today with a hamstring injury. Nick Foles will start in his place.
WR Steve Johnson, Buffalo Bills – Johnson will be out of today’s game with a back strain.
WR Mike Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Williams will not play today with a hamstring injury.
TE Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots – Gronk will once again be out with his back/ forearm injuries.
RB Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers – Mathews will likely play on MNF, but he will still be a game-time decision with a concussion.
WR Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals – Fitz is slowly becoming more and more questionable with his hamstring injury.