DeMarco Murray and DeMarcus Ware are both out for the Dallas Cowboys, which means their offense will be one-dimensional because the top runner is gone and the top pass-rusher can’t keep the opposing offense off the field.
Randall Cobb and James Jones are both out, so Jarrett Boykin is the new interim No. 2 receiver for the Green Bay Packers. He’s definitely a fantasy sleeper as long as the former two are still hurt.
Larry Fitzgerald played in Week 6 and played well, so don’t let his questionable status for Thursday night bother you — it’s just a precaution.
Roddy White has done nothing for fantasy owners this year and considering he’s still hobbled after suffering a setback to his hamstring injury, Harry Douglas is your best receiving option in Atlanta.
CJ Spiller is still hobbled and he’s been ineffective otherwise this year, so stick with Fred Jackson if you don’t have any other options.
Calvin Johnson is once again expected to play for the Lions this week, but he played hurt last week and did nothing, so temper expectations if you decide to play him in Week 7.
Danny Amendola hurt himself yet again in Week 6, so don’t count on him for Week 7 and until we actually see Rob Gronkowski with pads on in a real game, ignore his probable status.
Brandon Jacobs has a superb matchup in Week 7, but check his status right up until game time to make sure he plays with that bad hamstring.