Seahawks' Thomas Rawls: Listed as full participant Thursday
Thomas Rawls (knee) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's injury report, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
After a limited showing Wednesday, Rawls has all but cleared up whether or not he'll suit up Sunday against the Steelers, who have allowed 120.5 total yards per game but merely two touchdowns to running backs in 2015.
Cowboys' Barry Church: Sustains calf injury
Church has soldiered through a high-ankle sprain the past few weeks, but perhaps his insistence on playing through the pain has caught up to him. Entering the game as the
Lions' Lance Moore: Exits game with ankle injury
Moore will thus look to bounce back from the injury in advance of the team's Dec. 3 contest against the Packers. The veteran wideout enjoyed a bit of a roll earlier this season, but he's now logged two straight quiet fantasy efforts.
Cardinals' Deone Bucannon: Diagnosed with concussion
Deone Bucannon has been diagnosed with a concussion, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
Bucannon avoided the first injury report of the week, but the Cardinals included the pseudo-inside linebacker on Thursday's version, listing him with a concussion. His progress through the concussion protocol in the coming days will determine whether he takes the field Sunday at San Francisco. However, a DNP would be a massive blow to the heart of the defense.
Cardinals' John Brown: Listed as limited Thursday
John Brown (hamstring) was listed as limited on Thursday's injury report, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
Because head coach Bruce Arians wasn't available to the media, it's unclear if Brown's designation is merely an estimate, or if the Cardinals held practice. No matter, Brown appears to be building up to an appearance Sunday in San Francisco, which could clear up as the weekend draws near.
Lions' Ameer Abdullah: Leads team with 16 carries Thursday
Ameer Abdullah carried 16 times for 63 yards (both career-highs) and caught one pass for 12 yards in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles.
While Abdullah led the team in carries Thursday, Joique Bell got into the act by carrying seven times for 25 yards with a TD and catching two passes for 57 yards, while Theo Riddick ran just twice for six yards, but hauled in five catches for 62 yards and a TD. Though he's headed the Detroit Lions ' rushing attack over the team's last two games, Abdullah's fantasy ceiling has been limited by the committee context in which he has been operating.
Eagles' Brent Celek: Records touchdown Thursday
Brent Celek made two catches (on four targets) for 10 yards and a touchdown during Thursday's blowout loss in Detroit.
Celek was relatively quiet this season until Sam Bradford suffered a concussion and AC joint sprain in Week 10, which forced Mark Sanchez into action. Including Thursday's outing, Celek resumed his connection with Sanchez, racking up 13 catches (on 18 targets) for 223 yards and one touchdown over the past three games. With Bradford expected to return in Week 13 and Zach Ertz embroiled in the concussion protocol, the duo could be active in the Philadelphia Eagles ' next contest on Dec. 6 at New England. If that comes to pass, Celek would almost assuredly revert to the periphery of the passing attack.
Lions' Matthew Stafford: Tosses Five TD passes Thursday
Things are suddenly looking up for Stafford and the
Eagles' Darren Sproles: Contained to 25 total yards
With the Lions pouring it on as the first half unfolded, head coach Chip Kelly opted to use a pass-heavy approach, which would typically benefit a receiving back like Sproles. Indeed, Sproles was targeted a half dozen times, but his inability to break one quelled his production. If the offense continues to sputter in the last third of the season, he won't be worthy of consideration outside of deep PPR formats, though the likely return of Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion) in Week 13 could turn Sproles' fortunes.
Browns' Taylor Gabriel: Still dealing with concussion
Taylor Gabriel (concussion) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's practice report estimation, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
The same applies to fellow wideout Andrew Hawkins, with the duo's status for Monday's game against the Ravens looking cloudy, at least until the team actually practices Friday.
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