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NFL Odds: Weekly Injury Roundup

As is usually the case around the midway point of the season, injuries are piling up in the NFL.

 

It’s also difficult to determine who will be in and who will be out, with that dreaded “questionable” phrase popping up in a few key games.

In Thursday night’s AFC West showdown between Oakland and San Diego, Oakland looks like they will be without Darren McFadden for the third straight game as he is still considered doubtful with a foot injury.

 

San Diego’s Ryan Mathews is set to return for the Chargers after missing last week’s game with a groin injury, but wide receiver Malcom Floyd (hip) is considered doubtful. San Diego is a 7-point favorite at home at BetOnline.

Dallas will still likely be without running back Felix Jones (ankle) this week, and he’ll be joined on the shelf by Miles Austin (hamstring) who is expected to be out at least 2-4 weeks. Buffalo will be without kicker Rian Lindell, who is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a shoulder injury. Dallas is a 5.5-point favorite at home at Bovada.

Injury report regulars Jahvid Best (concussion) and Andre Johnson (hamstring) are both still currently considered doubtful again for this Sunday’s action. Detroit is a 2.5-point underdog at Chicago and Houston is a 3-point favorite at Tampa Bay, both at TopBet.

Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb may not be in action against his former team (Philadelphia) this week as he is still considered doubtful with the same foot injury that kept him out last week. John Skelton filled in adequately for Kolb last week, protecting the ball and leading Arizona to a win over St. Louis.

After missing last week’s big road win over New England, running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) and wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (hamstring) are both considered questionable for New York in Sunday’s game at San Francisco. The Giants are a 3.5-point underdog at 5Dimes.

Pittsburgh is also in wait-and-see mode on wide receiver Hines Ward (head) and linebackers LaMarr Woodley (hamstring) and James Farrior (calf), who are all currently considered questionable for Sunday’s game at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh is a 3-point favorite at Bovada.

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