Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar (knee) is questionable for Week 8 against the Eagles.
He's was limited at practice this week. We're guessing Dunbar is closer to probable than questionable, though his fantasy value is non-existent with Ezekiel Elliott soaking up most of the carries.
Michael Floyd (hamstring) returned to a limited practice on Friday and is listed as questionable for Week 8.
The limited practice was Floyd's only participation of the week. He looks likely to come down to a game-time decision at Carolina. If Floyd sits, J.J. Nelson would likely start in three-receiver sets alongside Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown. Floyd is too banged up to rely on as a Week 8 fantasy starter.
Jason Witten (chest) is questionable for Week 8 against the Eagles.
The Cowboys have an interesting definition of "questionable" as Witten practiced fully all week. Witten hasn't missed a game since 2003 and he's not going to miss Sunday night's game against the division-rival Eagles. In a tough matchup, he's best viewed as a mid-range TE2.
Martellus Bennett (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 8 after missing Friday's practice.
Bennett has been listed as questionable several weeks running and played in all of them, but the missed Friday practice sends up a red flag. His status will have to be monitored heading into Sunday morning. If Bennett sits, Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman could see a few more targets in the middle of the field.
Tony Romo (back) is out for Week 8 against the Eagles.
Romo was downgraded to out on Friday after returning to a limited practice on Thursday. It's unclear if he suffered a setback or if the Cowboys are just being extra-cautious with him. Dak Prescott will draw another start Sunday versus Philadelphia. With Prescott playing well, it's unclear if the Cowboys will go back to Romo when he's healthy or if Dak will finish out the season.
Dez Bryant (knee) is questionable for Week 8 against the Eagles.
Bryant was limited at practice all week. Despite the questionable label, Bryant is in no danger of missing Sunday night's game against Philadelphia. He'll be a borderline WR1 in that matchup.
Jordan Matthews practiced in full on Friday and is no longer on the Eagles' Week 8 injury report.
Matthews was limited with a knee injury on Wednesday, but he participated fully on Thursday and Friday and will be in the WR3 mix against the Cowboys.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid admitted Friday that Jamaal Charles' troublesome knee "acted up" in last week's win over the Saints.
The Chiefs made a big mistake pushing Charles to practice and play against New Orleans. He lasted only two snaps with one offensive touch before the knee "acted up," shutting down Charles for the rest of the game and for this week. It's to the point where fantasy owners can begin considering dropping Charles from 10- and 12-team-league rosters. Spencer Ware is the Chiefs' new offensive centerpiece with Charcandrick West behind him.