Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (groin) is questionable for Monday night against the Vikings.
Rodgers-Cromartie is at best a game-time decision, and the Giants will be without fellow CB Eli Apple (hamstring, doubtful) as well as safeties Nat Berhe (concussion, out) and Darian Thompson (foot, out). Stefon Diggs and Kyle Rudolph should find some success Monday night.
Rashad Jennings (thumb) is listed as questionable for Monday night against the Vikings.
Coach Ben McAdoo said Jennings will be a "game-day" decision after Friday's practice, so this designation is not a surprise. Jennings is likely on the more doubtful side of questionable, but his status likely will not be known for certain before Monday. That makes both Jennings and Orleans Darkwa tough to trust, especially considering the matchup.
Vikings LG Alex Boone (hip) practiced again on Saturday.
Boone did not finish Week 3 because of a hip injury, but he has now practice two days in a row. He will likely be listed as limited again, but he is on track to play Monday night.
Delanie Walker (hamstring, questionable) said he has an "opportunity to play" this week.
Coach Mike Mularkey said Walker's status will be determined by a pre-game workout, but it sounds like he is trending in the right direction. Jace Amaro would be the primary pass-catching threat at tight end if Walker sits, but he is not worth streaming against the Texans.
Jets WR Robby Anderson is expected to serve as the No. 3 receiver in Eric Decker's (shoulder) absence.
An undrafted rookie out of Temple, Anderson is an explosive athlete, but he was considered a developmental prospect in the pre-draft process. Even if he is the "No. 3," the Jets will likely lean heavily on Brandon Marshall and Quincy Enunwa with Decker out. Anderson is just a Dynasty asset right now.
Browns RG Alvin Bailey is not expected to start this week.
Bailey was arrested for OVI among other things early Monday morning. Bailey started at right guard with John Greco filling in at center last week. Greco is expected to move back to guard with newly-signed Austin Reiter taking over at center.
Dolphins coach Adam Gase said he wants to "narrow" the running back rotation.
It might not matter if Arian Foster (groin) is able to make it back Week 5, but he is questionable at best. That would leave Miami with the same dreadful four-man committee which has managed 159 yards the last two weeks. Jay Ajayi has played the best of the group, and he should get more work if Gase decides to focus more on one back.
Bills OC Anthony Lynn said the team wants to get Charles Clay more involved.
"We had targets to Charles Clay last week. We missed him on one. One time the protection didn’t hold up," said Lynn. "We do have Charles in mind and we know that he’s a playmaker so we’re trying to get him the football." In the immortal words of Admiral Ackbar, it's a trap. Clay can be left on waivers.