Here are the up-to-the-minute updates for Week 12's crucial slate of games.
No real injuries of note for the Dolphins; running back Ricky Williams (three scores last week) is listed as probable with a chest injury.
The Bills could be missing a couple of players who could be on individual defensive player league teams: cornerback Terrence McGee, safety Jairus Byrd and defensive tackle Marcus Stroud are all listed as questionable while cornerback Ashton Youboty is out.
• UPDATE: Steven Jackson is active and will start.
• UPDATE: Julius Jones is inactive today; Justin Forsett will once again get the start. He's had double-digit fantasy points the past two weeks and is a good spot starter this week.
Julius Jones is questionable for the Seahawks after suffering a bruised lung against the Cardinals and will be a game-time decision. He was coughing up blood last week and is listed as questionable. Backup Justin Forsett had only 9 yards rushing but did catch 8 balls for 80 yards and scored on the ground. He'll start if Jones can't go.
Steven Jackson didn't practice on Friday and is listed as questionable. The Rams activated rookie running back Chris Ogbonnaya, who practiced with the starters late in the week, which could mean Jackson is likely to be out. Additionally, Marc Bulger is back on the shelf with a knee injury; Kyle Boller will start for the Rams once again.
• UPDATE:Michael Turner will be back in the starting lineup for the Falcons this afternoon. Jerious Norwood will also be back in the lineup this week after a long absence. Jason Snelling should be removed from your starting lineup now that Turner's back.
The Buccaneers only have a couple guys on the injury report -- tight end Kellen Winslow and wide receiver Antonio Bryant among them -- and everyone's probable. If members of the Buccaneers are among your fantasy starters, you could be in trouble, though. (Winslow is an acceptable tight end in big leagues.)
Falcons running back Michael Turner, who didn't play last week against the Giants, is listed as questionable. Since the Falcons play early, just check to see if he'll be starting in the morning and act accordingly. Jason Snelling rushed for 76 yards and 2 scores in relief last week and is an intriguing starting option again, but only if Turner can't go. Wide receiver Roddy White remains on the injury report but is listed as probable.
• UPDATE: Not that he was going to miss this game, but he did show up on the injury report this week, so: Peyton Manning is starting today, if you're worried.
Indianapolis is still missing the usuals: Wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez, kicker Adam Vinatieri. Defensive ends Dwight Freeney and Keyunta Dawson are also out. Raheem Brock will play in Freeney's place. The Colts are pretty banged up, with everyone from Peyton Manning to Pierre Garcon to Reggie Wayne listed as probable on the injury report. They should all be good to go.
Steve Slaton, back in the starting role for Houston, was limited in practice during the week but is listed as probable and should be good to go. The Texans' three questionable players are all on the defensive side: Defensive tackle Amobi Okoye, safety Dominique Barber, linebacker DeMeco Ryans.
• UPDATE: Laveranues Coles is active for the Bengals.
• UPDATE:Cedric Benson wasn't on the field in warmups, and he's officially inactive today. Get him out of your lineup. Bernard Scott will start.
Browns running back Jamal Lewis is listed as probable. Nobody else on the Browns is on your fantasy team, right? Good. Let's move on. (If you're in a 32-team league or something, tight end Robert Royal is listed as questionable.)
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says Cedric Bensonis ready to play. "I thought he was close to being able to play last week and obviously he's ready to play now," Lewis said. "I'll make a decision. I don't have any doubts that he's ready to play. The running back is listed as questionable, so just check Sunday morning to make sure there hasn't been a setback. Wide receiver Laveraneus Coles is also questionable.
• UPDATE: Jonathan Stewart is active despite being listed as questionable, same as every other week. He's still a good flex play despite being the No. 2 running back.
• UPDATE: Steve Smith is active for the Panthers today despite being listed as questionable.
Steve Smith is listed as questionable with sore ribs. This is kind of sudden, but it's a 1 o'clock game so just check in the morning. Jonathan Stewart is once again listed as questionable on the injury report, but like every other week this season, he should play. Defensive end Charles Johnson didn't make the trip for the Panthers.
The Jets have been injured in the secondary all season, and the trend continues this week: Corners Donald Strickland and Dwight Lowery are both out, making Steve Smith a more attractive play if he can go. Everybody else is likely to play for New York.
• UPDATE: Albert Haynesworth will be inactive today for the Redskins.Upgrade Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, who had 99 yards and a score last week.
Chris Cooley is still out, Clinton Portis is still out. Now Ladell Betts is out for the year, and for now Rock Cartwright is an interesting sleeper as the Redskins' new starting running back. On defense, DeAngelo Hall is out while H.B. Blades and Albert Haynesworth are questionable.
Brian Westbrook is still out for a few weeks, but otherwise the Eagles offense is still pretty healthy. On defense, Asanta Samuel has a neck injury and is questionable.
Kansas City continues to be healthy, though linebackers David Herron and Mike Vrabel are listed as questionable. Everybody else should play, though Dwayne Bowe is still suspended.
Chargers defensive end Luis Castillo is doubtful and likely to miss Sunday's game. Despite a questionable tag, Shawne Merriman will play. Vincent Jackson showed up on the injury report this week but he's probable and is safe to start.
Cornerback Rashean Mathis is out, while Mike Sims-Walker and Maurice Jones-Drew (both probable) round out the injury report. Two-thirds of the Jags' injured list has hyphenated last names, an NFL record.
Isaac Bruce, out of the starting lineup already, is doubtful but he shouldn't be in your lineup anymore, anyway. Linebacker Takeo Spikes and wide receiver Arnaz Battle round out the "of note" section of the 49ers injury report.
• UPDATE: A bit of a shocker here:Kurt Warner woke up with a sore neck and is likely to miss today's game. It's a 4:15 p.m. start, so you're kind of stuck, but it appears you should get Warner out of your lineup now and find a replacement. Matt Leinart will start if Warner can't go.
Neil Rackers, also questionable, should also kick for the Cardinals. Arizona has three defensive players questionable: defensive end Kenny Iwebema, linebacker Chike Okeafor and cornerback Bryant McFadden; they're all expected to play.
Tennessee's winning streak coincides with the team getting healthy. Only wide receiver Justin Gage (doubtful, should be replaced by Kenny Britt) and linebacker David Thornton (questionable) are notable on the relatively barren injury report.
All of Chicago's starters are healthy; second tight end Desmond Clark is out and will be replaced by Kellen Davis. Everybody else should go for the Bears.
Adrian Petersonhas a cold. Well, at least some sort of illness. He also has a sprained ankle, and is listed as questionable for Sunday. It's the dreaded questionable-on-a-late-start, but it's also Adrian Peterson. Listen for info in the morning. As usual, Chester Taylor will go if AD can't play. The Vikings will be missing right guard Anthony Herrera. Cornerback Antoine Winfield is hoping to return, but he's listed as questionable.
Ben Roethlsiberger and Charlie Batchwill both miss Sunday night's game, thrusting No. 3 quarterback Dennis Dixon into the starting role. Troy Polamalu is still out on the defensive side.
Terrell Suggs is listed as doubtful and should miss Sunday's game with a knee injury. The rest of the Ravens injury list is also on the defensive side, with Ed Reed and Ray Lewis listed as questionable.
OK, the Patriots have the usual: Seventeen players listed as questionable. On offense, wide receiver Julian Edelman and running back Sammy Moris; on defense, linebacker Tully Banta-Cain and defensive end Jarvis Green. The full scope of that injury report is too big even for the Internet, but rest assured the most notable Patriots (Moss, Brady) aren't among the 17.
Wide receiver Lance Moore didn't practice late in the week and will probably miss his third straight game; he's doubtful. Reggie Bush is also listed as questionable and is probably best left on the bench, given the Monday night start.