Ryan was spotted on the sideline favoring that left thumb, so it will be interesting to see how it affects him the rest of the way. He'll likely just be giving way to Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman for the rest of this outing.
This is a tough blow for the Atlanta offense, because Sanu is the team's No. 2 wide receiver. Taylor Gabriel will likely see some more targets, along with tight end Jacob Tamme. Sanu will need to shake off this shoulder injury if he wants to be productive for owners in the near future.
Sanu had a plus matchup in this one against an abysmal New Orleans defense, so hopefully he is able to return for this Monday Night Football contest. Sanu had three receptions for 31 yards before exiting this game. Consider him questionable to return.
After missing all of last season, Gaines entered training camp this year bothered by a hamstring issue. He has still yet to play in 2016, but will be expected to in Week 4. He will be a welcomed addition to this Rams defensive secondary.
Butler has played well so far in his rookie season, but after being seen in a walking boot, he will be out for at least the next few weeks. Ankles are always something to be treated with serious care, so don't be surprised if his absence lasts longer than expected.
Collins was blasted back on a play by a blitzing linebacker during Sunday night's game, and he never looked the same afterwards. He was replaced in the second half by Ronald Leary who is a more than capable backup. Surely disappointing for Cowboys fans, but they should be all right going forward.