Editor’s update: Dez Bryant is viewed as a long-shot to play, and is expected back after the Cowboys bye, per Ian Rapoport.
The Dallas Cowboys are listing Dez Bryant as questionable for their Week 6 matchup with the Green Bay Packers. Bryant was able to practice this week, but only did so in a limited capacity in all three sessions.
It looks like Bryant will be a true game-time decision, which is an upgrade over the past two games when he was questionable, but everyone expected him to miss both games, which he did. Bryant suffered a knee injury during Dallas' Week 3 win over the Chicago Bears, which led to him missing Weeks 4-5.
In three games this season, Bryant has 11 receptions for 150 yards and one score.
Fantasy Impact: Bryant could be poised for a big game against the Packers if he plays. Green Bay has allowed the third-most fantasy points to wide receivers over the past three games.
If Bryant is active, keep him in your starting lineup on Sunday.