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Friday, November 11, 2011
AFC East injury report

By James Walker

Here is the final injury report for Week 10 in the AFC East:

Buffalo Bills (5-3) at Dallas Cowboys (4-4), Sunday at 1 p.m. ET

Bills

Out: OT Demetrius Bell (shoulder), LB Chris Kelsay (calf), K Rian Lindell (shoulder), DT Kyle Williams (foot)

Questionable: CB Aaron Williams (chest)

Probable: WR Steve Johnson (illness)

Cowboys

Out: WR Miles Austin (hamstring), CB Mike Jenkins (hamstring), RB Felix Jones (ankle)

Questionable: G Kyle Kosier (foot), LB Sean Lee (wrist), P Mat McBriar (left foot)

Probable: OT Jermey Parnell (back), QB Tony Romo (ribs)

Analysis: Dallas has some big names missing in this game. Austin arguably is the team's best receiver, and Jones and Jenkins are two of their best athletes. Buffalo will try to take advantage of these losses. It's the usual suspects for the Bills. Lindell is new this week after recently injuring his shoulder. He will be out for about a month. Buffalo signed kicker Dave Rayner this week. I think Kelsey is an underrated loss for the Bills. He's received some heat in Buffalo. But Kelsay has a solid motor and the defense seems to play better when he's in the game.

Washington Redskins (3-5) at Miami Dolphins (1-7)

Redskins

Out: WR Santana Moss (hand), Keyaron Fox (infection), WR Niles Paul (toe)

Questionable: S Oshiomogho Atogwe (toe, knee), OT Jammal Brown (groin), RB Tashard Choice (hamstring)

Probable: TE Fred Davis (ankle), S Reed Doughty (chest), DL Kedric Golston (elbow), CB DeAngelo Hall (non-injury), S LaRon Landry (Achilles), LB Markus White (illness), OT Trent Williams (ankle)

Dolphins

Questionable: CB Nolan Carroll (hamstring)

Probable: CB Vontae Davis (hamstring), WR Clyde Gates (groin)

Analysis: The two teams have very different injury reports. The Dolphins are a very healthy bunch. It's Week 10 and every player on their 53-man roster is available, perhaps with the exception of Carroll, who is questionable. The Redskins are hurting all over. The offensive line has been the biggest issue. Williams is probable, which is good news for the Redskins. But Washington's other starting tackle, Brown, is questionable and reports suggests he's likely to sit out.

New England Patriots (5-3) at New York Jets (5-3), Sunday at 8:20 p.m. ET

Patriots

Out: LB Brandon Spikes (knee), LB Dane Fletcher (thumb)

Questionable: CB Kyle Arrington (foot), S Patrick Chung (foot), DE Shaun Ellis (rib), RB Kevin Faulk (knee), RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis (toe), LB Gary Guyton (shoulder), LB Jerod Mayo (knee), WR Taylor Price (hamstring), T Sebastian Vollmer (back), C Ryan Wendell (concussion)

Probable: WR Wes Welker (rib)

Jets

Questionable: TE Shawn Nelson (illness), S Brodney Pool (knee)

Probable: WR Plaxico Burress (low back), CB Antonio Cromartie (finger), DT Mike Devito (knee), DT Marcus Dixon (shoulder), DT Kenrick Ellis (ankle), RB Shonn Greene (head, groin), WR Santonio Holmes (foot), T Wayne Hunter (finger), C Nick Mangold (ankle), LB Joshua Mauga (low back), RB Joe McKnight (toe), LB Calvin Pace (groin), DT Sione Pouha (finger), G Matt Slauson (neck), CB Isaiah Trufant (hamstring)

Analysis: The Jets have a lot of nicks and bruises. A whopping 15 players are probable. But they are all ready to go for this big game. It's harder to get a read on New England. The Patriots have 10 players questionable. Some players will make it in the lineup Sunday night and some will sit out. New England could use all the help it can get on defense. Safety Patrick Chung (foot), cornerback Kyle Arrington (foot), and linebackers Gary Guyton (shoulder) and Jared Mayo (knee) are among the questionable players.