Head Coach John Fox continues to call the veteran QB 'day-to-day' but with the continued absence from practice, you can all but expect Hoyer to be the QB for Chicago in Week 4. Should Hoyer draw the start, it sets up nicely for Jordan Howard to have a nice day going against the Lions defense.
It has been reported that Jennings' thumb injury will affect his ability to catch passes and, more importantly, pass block. Jennings will be a risky play since the Giants play on Monday night, so if you have a viable backup, it is in your best interest to go that route. Should Jennings miss Monday night, Orleans Darkwa will be a plug and play RB2 for Week 4.
Morris is likely dealing with a sprain to his right ring finger and this should not be a problem once the regular season starts for Detroit. Morris is a late-round flier for your fantasy squad.
Hairston has a chance to play himself into a roster spot with Houston but he'll be buried on the depth chart behind the likes of Eric Gordon and Corey Brewer. This may not be the best fit for both sides but we'll have to see how it plays out.
Watkins is in danger of not even traveling with the team and coupled with his absence at practice this week, it does not bode well for his availability this Sunday. Even if Watkins were to suit up and play, it may be nothing more than as a decoy. You should make alternate plans at WR this week and Watkins should absolutely be avoided in DFS.
Hilton has been resting his knee throughout the week but is in no danger of missing Week 4 against Jacksonville. With Moncrief still sidelined, Hilton will be on the WR 1 radar given the juicy matchup that awaits.
Luck hasn't had his right shoulder be a problem for any of the Colts first three games this season and that should continue to be the case this Sunday morning as Indy takes on the Jags in London. He's an elite option this week at QB and can be started with the utmost confidence as he should carve up the Jacksonville defense.