Splitter has already been ruled out a few weeks back as he continues to get over a more serious hamstring injury. Expect to see Kris Humphries receive increased minutes in Splitter's absence.
Afflalo entered the Kings' season opener questionable with a glute injury, but was able to make it through shoot arounds with no issues. Even though he is listed in the Kings' starting lineup, there is little to like as far as fantasy is concerned as he will be a second-tier contributor this season.
Despite being active in Week 7, Charles logged only two snaps against the Raiders, which indicates he still isn't ready to be an every-down back. Even if he is able to suit up this weekend, expect Spencer Ware to be the top back for the Chiefs, like we have seen over the majority of the season thus far.
Miller managed to play though a shoulder injured in Monday's loss to the Broncos, so unless his health turns for the worst, fantasy owners should expect much of the same against the Lions in Week 8. For now consider him day-to-day.
Wednesday's participation in practice marked the first time in three weeks that he can been able to take snaps, and is now expected to play against the Eagles on Sunday night. Baring any setbacks unbar will be used as a change-of-pace back for the Cowboys to compliment Ezekiel Elliott out of the backfield.
With Derek Newton placed on injured reserve, Adams will give the Texans some more depth on their offensive line, although he is not expected to see the field unless there are a few injuries ahead of him on the depth chart.