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Dez Bryant felt good enough to play but remains questionable for fantasy owners

Dez Bryant remains questionable for Week 6 but felt good enough to play, fantasy outlook equally as questionable

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Wide receiver Dez Bryant remains questionable to play for the Dallas Cowboys prior to the Week 6 matchup against the Green Bay Packers. Bryant stated that “he felt good enough to play but won't know IF he is playing until he gets to the stadium,“ according to NFL Network reporter Jane Slater. Dealing with a knee injury for the last few weeks, Bryant’s healing process has been carefully monitored by the Cowboys and he will not return to the field until the team sees fit.

Dez Bryant will give it a go during warmups and depending on how he feels, a game-time decision on his playing status will be made. If Bryant is cleared to play, he will be brought along carefully to avoid any re-aggravation.

Fantasy Outlook: Coming off a knee injury that has hampered Dez Bryant for the past few weeks, he remains questionable to play Week 6 for the Dallas Cowboys. Fantasy owners should play close attention to his status entering the early games and stay away from him if they have other options. Bryant will be a much better option in the weeks going forward with more time to heal.