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Date Player
10/22/2017 Stephen Hauschka, Buf, K
Hauschka has tied an NFL record by making 12 consecutive field goals from 50 yards or longer.

Analysis: Hauschka matched the mark set by four others with a 52-yarder to put Buffalo up 20-13 over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with 13:31 left in the fourth quarter. The record is shared by Blair Walsh, Robbie Gould and Matt Prater.
10/22/2017 Reuben Foster, SF, LB
The San Francisco 49ers will have middle linebacker Reuben Foster back against the Dallas Cowboys.

Analysis: The rookie missed the past five games with a sprained ankle.
10/22/2017 Jay Cutler, Mia, QB
Cutler left Sunday's game against the New York Jets due to a chest injury.

Analysis: Cutler, who tossed two touchdown passes in the first half, was hit hard by Jets linebacker Jordan Jenkins and left the game in the third quarter.
10/22/2017 DeShone Kizer, Cle, QB
Kizer has been benched again after throwing interceptions on consecutive passes.

Analysis: Kizer was picked off late in the first half and on Cleveland's first possession of the third quarter - both picks by Titans safety Kevin Byard. He obviously isn't a fantasy option right now.
10/22/2017 Malik Hooker, Ind, S
The Indianapolis Colts have lost safety Malik Hooker, their first-round draft pick, late in the first half with what appears to be an injured right knee.

Analysis: Hooker was injured on a 50-yard pass play from Blake Bortles to Allen Hurns - yet another tough moment in a rugged first half in which the Colts trailed Jacksonville 17-0. There was no immediate update on the injury.
10/22/2017 Andre Ellington, Ari, RB
Ellington is inactive for the Cardinals' game against the Rams.

Analysis: Useless as a running back, Ellington had recorded nine reception in two of his past three games, but won't play in this one.
10/22/2017 Mike Wallace, Bal, WR
Wallace is being evaluated for a concussion in Sunday's game against the Vikings, his former team.

Analysis: He won't return and is likely to be entering concussion protocol.
10/22/2017 Leonard Fournette, Jax, RB
Fournette has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts.

Analysis: It seemed like he might give it a go despite missing three straight days of practice, but Fournette will sit after getting 49 carries the past two weeks.
10/20/2017 Marshawn Lynch, Oak, RB
The NFL has suspended Lynch one game for making contact with an official during the Raiders' win over Kansas City on Thursday. The veteran running back will miss the team's visit to Buffalo on Oct. 29.

Analysis: The incident occurred after Oakland quarterback Derek Carr took a hard shot from Chiefs corner Marcus Peters in the second quarter, leading to a skirmish in which Lynch ran onto the field from the sidelines and pushed line judge Julian Mapp as he attempted to break up the scuffle. With the Raiders' leading rusher unavailable, expect Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington to split time against the Bills.
10/20/2017 Anthony Barr, Min, LB
Barr has cleared the concussion protocol and should play in Week 7.

Analysis: Barr has started all six of Minnesota's games, posting 31 tackles.
10/20/2017 Delanie Walker, Ten, TE
Walker (calf) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns.

Analysis: Walker didn't practice Friday after being limited Thursday, a sign that he very possibly could sit out Week 7. Have a backup ready to stick in at tight end if Walker ends up being among the early inactives Sunday.
10/20/2017 Adam Jones, Cin, CB
Jones (back) is doubtful to play Sunday against the Steelers.

Analysis: Jones' absence could be a big problem for the Bengals with Antonio Brown on the other sideline.
10/20/2017 Andre Ellington, Ari, RB
Ellington has missed practice the last two days with a quad injury, putting his status for Week 7 up in the air.

Analysis: With Adrian Peterson having taken over the workload in the backfield, Ellington is only usable as a flex play in a PPR league because he should remain a major part of the passing game if healthy.
10/19/2017 Mike Williams, LAC, WR
Williams is likely to get increased playing time in the second game of the first-round pick's career.

Analysis: He was sidelined for months with a back injury, but made his first NFL catch last week in the Chargers' win at Oakland.
10/19/2017 Keenan Allen, LAC, WR
Allen (shoulder) didn't practice Friday after being limited on Thursday, and he's questionable to play Sunday against the Broncos.

Analysis: Allen wasn't on the original injury report Wednesday, so this is clearly a concern and could keep him out Sunday. He leads the Chargers with 33 catches and 446 yards while hauling in one TD.
10/19/2017 Kyle Juszczyk, SF, RB
Juszczyk (back) won't play Sunday against the Cowboys.

Analysis: A 2016 Pro Bowl selection with the Ravens who signed a four-year contract with San Francisco in March, Juszczyk also sat out last week in Washington. He is a strong blocker and receiver, having caught eight passes for 80 yards and a TD.
10/19/2017 Robby Anderson, NYJ, WR
Anderson practiced in full Thursday and will play in Sunday's game against the Dolphins.

Analysis: Anderson has started all six of New York's games and had a season-high 12 targets last week.
10/19/2017 Jordan Matthews, Buf, WR
Matthews practiced for the second straight day Thursday and appears to be nearing a return for Sunday's game against the Bucs.

Analysis: Matthews has been sidelined with a fractured thumb since Week 4. He scored his first TD of the season that week after averaging 19 yards per reception on each catches in his first three contests.
10/19/2017 Leonard Fournette, Jax, RB
Fournette missed a third straight practice Friday due to an injured ankle and is listed as questionable, but a day earlier he said he expected to play in Sunday's game at Indy.

Analysis: Fournette may just be getting a little break after another huge workload. The rookie has been a beast the last two weeks, carrying the ball 49 times for 311 yards with three scores.
10/19/2017 Marqise Lee, Jax, WR
Lee is being slowed by a knee injury but returned to practice Friday and is expected to play Sunday at Indianapolis.

Analysis: Lee had a season high with 83 receiving yards last week against the Rams and was targeted 10 times. He only had seven balls thrown his way in the previous two games combined and has yet to score a touchdown.
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