Even though Bryant was limited Friday, he is expected to play Week 8 against the Eagles. Bryant, the last three seasons has been very good against the Eagles and n his last two games against the Eagles, Bryant has 11 catches, 218 yards, and four touchdowns.
McCoy wasn't able to practice all week and now doesn't seem like he will be able to play Week 8. The Bills for some reason played McCoy last week and made his hamstring injury worse. Mike Gillislee will get the first crack at the starting running back job.
After a full day of practice on Friday and playing through the hamstring injury last week, it seems Pryor is 100 percent healthy and ready to take on a weak Jets secondary. Pryor will also get back quarterback Josh McCown which helps his fantasy upside.
Marshall returned to practice on Thursday and practice fully on Friday so he will be a full go for this week against the Browns. Ryan Fitzpatrick will start for the Jets after Geno Smith suffered a torn ACL last week. This helps Marshall since Fitzpatrick feeds so many targets Marshall's way.
Harris claims to be feeling better and is questionable just to be safe. Good news is he was able to do most of Friday's practice. He is still listed as questionable though and if he is unable to play Will Barton and Wilson Chandler will pick up the slack.
Armstead has only played in three games this season due to injury. He helps protect the most important player on the Saints which is QB Drew Brees. He and head coach Sean Payton claim that the plan is to play Armstead in Week 8.
Moncada has been swinging a great bat in the AFL so it is a shame he suffered an injury to his thumb. In 24 at-bats, he has seven hits with one of them being a home run. The injury isn't expected to need surgery which bodes well for him being ready for spring training.
Snell has been dealing with an ankle sprain which has kept him out for the preseason. The Bucks will limit his minutes but really want him to be the guy to compliment Giannis Antetokounmpo.