Cleveland has allowed 489 total yards and 168.7 rushing yards per game over the last three weeks.
The winless Browns have a messy situation at quarterback, but their defense continues to struggle as well. Cleveland's 139.9 rushing yards allowed per game slots them 31st among NFL defenses, ahead of only San Francisco's non-existent run defense. Even in a home matchup against Ryan Fitzpatrick, the NFL leader in interceptions, the Browns D/ST is a risky streaming option in fantasy leagues.
Lions RB Dwayne Washington (ankle) is practicing fully for Week 8.
Washington was a limited participant at last week's practices. He was a surprise inactive against the Redskins in Week 7 but should return to his usual role Sunday against Houston. With Theo Riddick (ankle) also expected to return this week, Washington is best viewed as a back-end RB3.
Seahawks released RB C.J. Spiller.
Spiller probably saw the writing on the wall Sunday night when he was a healthy scratch against Arizona. With passing-down back C.J. Prosise finally ready to contribute after missing time with a broken hand, the Seahawks deemed that Spiller was no longer necessary. Spiller produced just 51 yards and a touchdown on eight touches during his month-long stay in Seattle. The 29-year-old will try to land a backup gig somewhere else.
Julian Edelman (foot) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Edelman rarely gets in full practices, but isn't in any danger of sitting out. He's a back-end WR2 for Week 8 against Buffalo.
Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar (knee) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday.
It's Dunbar's first practice in over three weeks. If Dunbar plays suits up against the Eagles on Sunday night, he'll be little more than a change-of-pace option behind workhorse Ezekiel Elliott and backup Alfred Morris.
Devonta Freeman (hip) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
He should be fine for Week 8 but it's something to keep tabs on. With Tevin Coleman (hamstring) likely out, Freeman is an RB1 this week despite a matchup with Green Bay's league-best run defense. Terron Ward is expected to replace Coleman as Atlanta's No. 2 back.
Dez Bryant (knee) was limited at Wednesday's practice.
Bryant has missed the Cowboys' last three games with a bruised knee but should be close to 100 percent coming off the bye week. He's expected to finally make his return Sunday night in a division battle against Philadelphia. Bryant will be a borderline WR1 against the Eagles' soft secondary.
Martellus Bennett (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Bennett saw 30-of-57 snaps while playing through his ankle injury last week. His Week 8 status isn't in doubt, but his role should remain limited behind Rob Gronkowski. Bennett has just six catches for 53 yards the past two games.