It's Saturday, which means all teams playing on Sunday have released their final injury reports. You'll want to check these out and set your fantasy lineups accordingly.
The big one here is RB Beanie Wells, who is listed as questionable with a knee bruise or sprain depending on who you believe. Wells hasn't practiced all week but Cardinals' coach Ken Whisenhunt said Wells might contribute "a few plays" on Sunday. Either way, he shouldn't be anywhere near your lineup. Wells' understudy RB Tim Hightower is probably a sure start this week. With Derrick Anderson at QB and Beanie Wells on the bench, Hightower may very well be the entire Arizona offense this Sunday.
The Rams have no notable injuries to report.
Another game, another major fantasy option out. Falcons' WR Michael Jenkins is officially OUT for Sunday with a shoulder injury.
The Panthers will be without starting RT Jeff Otah, which certainly won't help them against the Giants' pass rush. Not that you would have started Matt Moore anyway...
The Giants may be without CB Aaron Ross who is listed as doubtful with a foot injury, but that shouldn't have a major impact. The Giants defense is still probably a strong play against the Panthers.
The Bengals have no fantasy injuries of note.
The Patriots will be without T Nick Kaczur. WR Julian Edelman is listed as questionable with a foot injury and Laurence Maroney is questionable with a thigh. Right now, Fred Taylor is slated to start at RB. He might be a flex option. Sit Maroney.
DT Shaun Rogers is questionable, which could weaken the Browns defense against the run. Could mean good things for Bucs RB Cadillac Williams.
QB Josh Freeman will play Sunday for the Bucs but is suffering from an injured right thumb. The only fantasy play of note that might be affected is TE Kellen Winslow, but probably not to any great degree.
No real fantasy injuries of note
No new injuries of note here. It's probably just worth keeping in mind that the Packers will be without starting CB Al Harris and starting S Atari Bigby for 6 weeks. Nickel corner Brandon Underwood is also out.
Colts WR Anthony Gonzalez is questionable with a back injury.
Brandon Marshall is probable with an ankle. He was added to the injury list late in the week and the injury doesn't appear to be anything to worry about. Still, against a good Bills secondary it may be worth watching,
The Bills are down three LBs this week. Could mean good things for Miami RBs.
Nothing of note
For the Redskins, QB Donovan McNabb is listed as questionable with an ankle even though he's guaranteed that he'll play. Still, he's not at 100% against a good Dallas defense with limited weapons at WR. Is he even a start in a 12 team league with one QB slot?
LB Calvin Pace is out, which could hurt the Jets Defense a bit.