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    Cowboys @ Jets 2019; Final Week 6 Injury Reports

    The desperately need a win this week to recover from two-straight defeats and avoid falling to 3-3 on the season. Unfortunately, it looks like they could be missing two or more of their key offensive players this Sunday when they face the .

    Thankfully, the Cowboys aren't the only ones who could be shorthanded for this Week 6 matchup. The Jets have three starters listed as doubtful and a couple more reportedly questionable for the game.

    Let's look at exactly what each team put on their final reports from Friday:

    Dallas Cowboys

    The situation at is downright scary, but the team seems optimistic that Tyron Smith will be able to play despite missing the entire week of practice. Even a rusty Smith is still better than seeing Cam Fleming at ,. so the Cowboys have made him a game-time decision.

    Collins, having freshly injured his knee last Sunday against the Packers, may need at least one game off to recover. Assuming Tyron is able to play, that will send Fleming to the right side as the other starting . If both Collins and Smith are out, will get his first NFL start after coming into the game for Collins against Green Bay.

    Randall Cobb showed up on Thursday's injury with hip and back issues and missed Friday as well. If the veteran needs rest then we could see used as the . Dallas might also elect to play out of the slot and let use his speed to provide a vertical threat.

    No longer showing up as injured is , who rejoins the starters as a much-needed boost to Dallas' . The Cowboys are also happy to see fully recovered from vertigo issues and hopefully improved from a rough game last week.

    Both Amari Cooper (ankle/quad) and (hip) were limited in practice all week but should be full go for Sunday.

    New York Jets

    • RB Trenton Cannon (foot/ankle) – Doubtful
    • OL Kelechi Osemele (shoulder/knee/illness) – Doubtful
    • DL Henry Anderson (shoulder) – Doubtful
    • LB C.J. Mosley (groin) – Doubtful
    • WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring/knee) – Questionable
    • WR Josh Bellamy (shoulder) – Questionable
    • LB Jordan Jenkins (calf) – Questionable
    • CB Nate Hairston (knee) – Questionable

    The biggest news for the Jets is not who's out but who's returning; starting Sam Darnold. Last year's third-overall draft pick has been missing since Week One as he dealt with mononucleosis and a swollen spleen. Unfortunately, he returns to find his team 0-4 and still outmatched against most NFL competition.

    Sadly, New York could be without some of the few strong talents they have. Star C.J. Mosley is unlikely to play with a groin injury and fellow starter Jordan Jenkins is nursing a calf issue. They also will probably be missing starter Henry Anderson, one of the defensive ends in the Jets' .

    On , starting Keleche Osemele is expected to be out with multiple issues. The two-time Pro Bowler was spelled last week by Alex Lewis, a fourth-year backup.

    Receivers Demaryius Thomas and Josh Bellamy both were limited in practice this week but are only listed as questionable. If either misses snaps, we will likely see Ty Montgomery used more as a WR than RB in this game.

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    Jess Haynie
    Jess Haynie
    Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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    Ethan Chazin

    Good! I’m not one of those fans who foolishly say: “I wanna beat them at full strength.” Take the W, then prep for big showdown with the Eagles. No excuses. This team should MAN-HANDLE the Jets.