The undefeated Philadelphia Eagles host the 4-1 Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. Both teams will come into the game relatively healthy, but a late addition to the Cowboys injury report might cause them some problems.
Here's a look at the Week 6 injury report:
CB Josh Jobe (shoulder)
Jobe has yet to play a snap on defense this year, but he could be a potential missing piece for special teams as he’s played 97 special teams snaps so far this season.
DE Janarius Robinson (ankle)
Robinson hasn’t played at all since the Eagles signed him off the Vikings practice squad.
T Andre Dillard (arm)
Dillard was placed on IR right before Week 1 and has missed the first five weeks of the season. He is expected to be activated off of IR. With Jordan Mailata not having an injury designation for this game, there’s a good chance Mailata starts with Dillard being the backup. Jack Driscoll filled in nicely at LT for the past two games and will now go back to being the backup RT.
*DE Derek Barnett (ACL)
Barnett tore his ACL in Week 1 and is out for the rest of the season.
Here's a look at the Cowboys injury report:
RB Rico Dowdle (ankle)
Dowdle has only been a special teamer so far this season.
WR CeeDee Lamb (hip)
Lamb must have injured his hip in practice this week and now is questionable for Sunday Night. Obviously, he'll do his best to be active for the game, but if his injury lingers it will greatly improve the Birds' odds of leaving Sunday's game 6-0. Noah Brown and Michael Gallup would be the next men up on the Cowboys receivers depth chart.
T/G Jason Peters (chest)
Peters was expected to miss multiple weeks with his injury, but it appears he’s gonna try to play in his return to Philadelphia. So far he’s only been a rotational guard in his few games with the Cowboys since his body doesn’t allow him to play full games anymore.
QB Dak Prescott (thumb)
It’s extremely unlikely Prescott starts. I guess if he is able to throw the ball in any capacity he would serve as the backup to Cooper Rush