NFL Week 8 Fantasy Football News: Is Brett Favre's Consecutive Game Streak In Jeopardy?

Will Brett Favre's streak be broken? Who starts at QB this week for the Titans? Who starts at QB for the Jaguars and does anyone care? Which major fantasy RB looks doubtful for the weekend? Here are the team by team injury reports for week eight of the NFL season to help answer those questions.

Buffalo Bills At Kansas City Chiefs

The one notable injury in this game is that WR/PR/RB/everything guy Dexter McCluster is questionable with an ankle injury. Kansas City has been very cagey about whether he might be ready to play this weekend.

Carolina Panthers At St. Louis Rams

RB DeAngelo Williams, who has been a disappointment this year anyway is doubtful with a foot injury. Good news for Jonathan Stewart owners, like myself...

For the Rams, Steven Jackson is listed as questionable with a finger injury but he is expected to play

Denver Broncos "At" San Francisco 49ers

I put "at" in quotes because of course this game will be played in front of the fine little gentleman in foggy London town. WR Eddie Royal was battling a groin injury early in the week, but was a full go on Friday.

For the 49ers, TE Vernon Davis is listed as questionable with an ankle injury, but San Fran beat writers seem to feel he will play.

Green Bay Packers At New York Jets

From a fantasy perspective there's no surprises here.

Jacksonville Jaguars At Dallas Cowboys

For the Jags, it's all about who will play QB. All three of their signal callers are on the injury report, with last week's start Todd Bouman in the worst shape and listed as questionable. Jack Del Rio says that it looks like David Garrard will return as the starter.

For Dallas, the obvious injury of note is to QB Tony Romo who won't play for at least the next 6-8 weeks. Actually, given the Jaguars defense Jon Kitna may not be a terrible play this week.

Miami Dolphins At Cincinnati Bengals

Nothing of fantasy note

Minnesota Vikings At New England Patriots

You might have this week that Brett Favre has a foot and ankle injury that might keep him out this week and break his consecutive games streak. ESPN mentioned this once or twice... I'll believe Favre misses a game when I see it, but if he can't go Tarvaris Jackson will go in his place. As of now Favre is listed as questionable, but look for the final decision to be made on Sunday.

For the Patriots, WR Deion Branch is questionable with a hamstring and RB Fred Taylor is out.

Seattle Seahawks At Oakland Raiders

TE Zach Miller is questionable with a foot injury,

Tampa Bay Buccaneers At Arizona Cardinals

The self professed "best team in the NFC" looks pretty healthy this week. The Cardinals also look pretty good and figure to get back rookie QB Max Hall this week.

Tennessee Titans At San Diego Chargers

Kerry Collins and Vinco Young are both on the injury report, but the word is that Vince Young will get the start this week.

Kicker Nate Kaeding is still out for the Chargers and TE Antonio Gates is still questionable with the toe injury he's been fighting for a few weeks.

Washington Redskins At Detroit Lions

Once again, the Redskins list half their team as questionable. The only person out for sure is RB Clinton Portis.

For the Lions, Jahvid Best has been limited in practice all week with a toe injury but he should be ready to go.

Pittsburgh Steelers At New Orleans Saints

No Pierre Thomas for another week

Houston Texans At Indianapolis Colts

This is the Monday Night game so the teams haven't released their full injury report but neither Josepth Addai nor Austin Collie were able to practice on Friday.

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