Mathews did not re-enter the game after injuring his ankle on Sunday. Wendell Smallwood, Darren Sproles, and Kenjon Barner split carries in his absence. The severity of Mathews injury is not known yet. If he misses time you will have to look elsewhere for RB production. The Eagles backfield is a mess fantasy wise.
The left leg injury originally appeared to be to Wilson's ankle, but it turned out to be to Wilson's knee, on which a brace was placed by trainers on the sideline. The fact that Wilson kept his helmet on and was lobbying to reenter on Sunday suggests he fully intends to play in Week 4 against the Jets. "Most likely he's going to be fine," coach Pete Carroll conceded. "Because that's just how he operates." On the off chance Wilson can't get clearance, UDFA Trevone Boykin would make the start.
This is not a surprise as Cutler hasn't practiced since spraining his thumb on Monday Night Football. His status is also in doubt for Week 4 against the Lions. The Bears will roll with journeyman Brian Hoyer at Jerry's World on Sunday Night Football.
Jefferey is a must start against the Cowboys on Sunday night. The Bears will likely be down so Jefferey should see a lot of targets.
With Carey inactive, both Langford and rookie Howard should split carries at running back.
The Nationals don't believe that his injury is serious, but he'll head for precautionary X-rays on Monday to make sure. Harper sustained his injury during Sunday's game when he slid awkwardly into third base after Jung Ho Kang faked a tag.
Smith was added to the injury report Friday after he couldn't finish practice with back tightness. He will not suit up for the Cowboys on Sunday. This likely won't have any affect in fantasy. Elliot is still a must start at RB against the Bears terrible defense.
The Chargers lost Manti Te'o earlier in the game with an achilles injury and Brown is the 2nd linebacker to leave the game. The Chargers are getting pretty thin on defense. Hopefully the injury isn't too serious.