The final injury report for the NFC East clash between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants is in. It is mostly good news for the Cowboys as both Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper should be good to go on Sunday. Both had missed practices earlier in the week and had been practicing in a limited fashion this week, but that looks like preventative maintenance more than anything else.
Randy Gregory was another starting veteran that was being limited in practice, but he is also expected to play this week. Elliott, Cooper and Gregory are all listed as questionable. Additionally, Carlos Watkins and Ty Nsekhe are listed as questionable.
Ruled out for the game are Donovan Wilson and Dorance Armstrong.
Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (knee), WR Amari Cooper (hamstring) and DE Randy Gregory (knee) are listed as questionable to play Sunday vs. Giants. No concern was expressed today from Cowboys Mike McCarthy about their availability. All expected to play. pic.twitter.com/NU0Qt5Zxtn— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) October 8, 2021
For the Giants, they will be missing a few players that could have helped their cause. Safety Jabril Peppers, wide receivers Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton, and offensive lineman Ben Bredeson are ruled out of the game. Left tackle Andrew Thomas is hampered by a foot injury and is listed as questionable.