Dallas Cowboys vs Tennessee Titans Week 9 Injury Report

    It's hard to call a week 9 game in the NFL a must-win, but that's pretty much where the (3-4) stand as they get ready for their matchup with the (3-4). Both the Cowboys and Titans are facing key to their top 10 scoring defenses.

    The following Dallas Cowboys are heading into the Monday Night Football showdown with a questionable designation or have already been ruled out.

    Dallas Cowboys

    The Cowboys will be without Tavon Austin and Joe Thomas again for another week, no surprises there.  They'll be without David Irving for another week in the , after already missing the first four games of the . Irving was carted off the practice field on Friday with an ankle . The injury isn't as bad as originally feared, but he's been ruled out for Monday Night Football. Geoff Swaim is listed as doubtful, but it would be really surprising for Swaim to play this week against the Titans.

    Randy Gregory and Zack Martin are the only questionable designations on the final , but it's looking likely that both players will play. For Gregory, he's had a hard time replicating his stellar performance during the regular season, but will continue to see snaps at right . Though Martin will play, but it will be interesting to keep an eye on if he's limited in the game by his knee injury. The has had its struggles, so it's important that Martin plays to keep the continuity along the offensive line. He'd be a huge missing piece.

    Tennessee Titans

    • OLB Derrick Morgan (shoulder) – OUT
    • ILB Will Compton (hamstring) – questionable

    Derrick Morgan weeks 2-5 played at least 65% of the defensive snaps for the Tennessee Titans. He sat out the Titans week seven contest in London. Will Compton last played week five against the . He's mostly a player for the Titans.

    The Titans will be missing some solid role players on their , but will for the most part be at full strength otherwise.

    Both the Dallas Cowboys and the Tennessee Titans will need a win to get back into the playoff hunt for the rest of 2018.

    John Williams
    John Williams
    Dallas Cowboys optimist bringing factual, reasonable takes to Cowboys Nation and the NFL Community. I wasn't always a Cowboys fan, but I got here as quick as I could. Make sure you check out the Inside The Cowboys Podcast featuring John Williams and other analysts following America's Team.


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