, the Green Bay Packers are a mostly healthy team in the middle of the season. Ahead of their week eight matchup with the Los Angeles Rams and coming out of their bye week, the Packers listed just three players on the week’s final injury report, and all three of those players are listed as Questionable, the least-serious injury status available.Those three players include a pair of wide receivers, one of whom is veteran Randall Cobb. Cobb has missed each of the past three games with his hamstring injury, and his last game was a forgettable one, as he dropped a pair of would-be first down receptions and fumbled late in the game against Washington. Although he was listed as questionable, Cobb was also listed as a full participant in the Packers’ Friday practice, which suggests that he is a good bet to play in Los Angeles on Sunday.Joining Cobb as questionable are offensive tackle Jason Spriggs, who missed the Packers’ week six game after suffering an ankle injury in practice the week prior Womens Kentrell Brice Jersey
, and rookie wideout Equanimeous St. Brown. St. Brown appeared first on this week’s report with a knee issue and has been limited all week — if Cobb is able to suit up, that combined with Geronimo Allison seemingly being fully cleared could limit the rookie’s snaps.Now to the really good news. The secondary should be at full strength this week, as cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Bashaud Breeland both received no injury status. Alexander was a full participant with Breeland still limited on Friday, but all signs point to Breeland making his Packers debut. Likewise, Allison was limited but did not have an injury status, so he should be ready to go as the Packers’ #2
outside receiver opposite Davante Adams.For the Rams, wideout Cooper Kupp is the only starter on the injury report for this week. Kupp, who often lines up in the slot, is doubtful for the game, along with reserve linebacker Trevon Young.Packers Injury ReportQuestionableWR Randall Cobb (hamstring)T Jason Spriggs (ankle)WR Equanimeous St. Brown (knee)Rams Injury ReportDoubtfulWR Cooper Kupp (knee)OLB Trevon Young (back) Ready for a bounce-back game?The Green Bay Packers could certainly use one on Sunday in week ten after losing 31-17 to the New England Patriots last weekend. That loss dropped them to 3-4-1 at the midway point of the season http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/corey-linsley-jersey
, and after this week’s home game against the Miami Dolphins, the next two weeks look very challenging once again.Following this game, the Packers will be on the road quickly, playing a Thursday Night Football game in Seattle in week 11. They then follow that up with a few extra days of rest before visiting the Minnesota Vikings on the Sunday night after Thanksgiving.Thus, a victory is sorely needed this week if Green Bay wants to hold out any more hope of making the postseason this year. And luckily, the matchup favors the Packers, who currently sit as ten-point favorites.APC’s writers and readers both seem to like the Packers in this game — the writers picked Green Bay, almost in a clean sweep, while our readers (and those of SB Nation’s Dolphins blog, The Phinsider) see a Green Bay win but a Miami cover.Here’s a look at our picks for this week.APC Week 10 PicksGameTexJasonPeterKrisBobJon MJordanMatubMikePaulShawnWendiZachAPC PickGameTexJasonPeterKrisBobJon MJordanMatubMikePaulShawnWendiZachAPC PickFor an overall update on where picks stand for the year Womens Antonio Morrison Jersey
, Jason has ridden to a one-game lead over Matub, thanks to a pair of two-loss weeks (12-2 in week 8 and 11-2 in week 9). Jason sits at 91-41-2 on the year, with Matub a game back at 90-42-2 after he went just 8-5 a week ago. Jon Meerdink sits in third place, two more games back.FanPulse ResultsAs mentioned above, both APC readers and Phinsider readers see a Dolphins cover. And for the first time this year, both our readers and those of the blog covering the Packers’ next opponents are exactly alike in their average point spread predictions — both are projecting a six-point Packers victory. Tune in on Sunday afternoon to see if everyone has it right.