Welcome to Week 10 of the NFL season! There are 12 games scheduled for Sunday, and news is trickling out about whether or not players listed as questionable on injury reports earlier this week will be starting. Stay up do date on who’s playing, and who’s sitting out in Week 10.
Sunday Night Football:
Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks
Lynch was a game-time decision and officially listed as questionable. The injury was described by NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport as “painful.”
John Brown, Cardinals
Wideout John Brown will play Sunday night against the Seahawks after testing out his sore hamstring before the game.
Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos
The wideout has been bothered by his ankle in practice all week, and may see a limited amount of snaps according to James Palmer of NFL Network.
Justin Pugh, Giants
The Giants’ offensive tackle was listed as probable before the game and is a surprise inactive.
Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will sit today in favor of Landry Jones, but is the team’s backup quarterback with Mike Vick inactive. He did not practice on Wednesday before participating on a limited basis on Thursday and Friday.
Alshon Jeffery, Bears
Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is expected to play Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Jeffery didn’t practice on Wednesday or Thursday before practicing on a limited basis on Friday. He’s only played four games this season to due various injuries. Running back Matt Forte is not expected to play.
Calvin Johnson, Lions
Wideout Calvin Johnson will play Sunday despite an ankle injury. The 1–7 Lions will need him against the 6–2 Packers.
Eddie Lacy, Packers
Running back Eddie Lacy won’t play today against the Lions, meaning James Starks will have little competition in the Packers’ backfield. He was officially listed as questionable.
Josh McCown, Browns
Quarterback Johnny Manziel will get the start for the Browns with McCown out. McCown was limited at practice Wednesday through Friday.
This post will be updated.
- Kenny Ducey