To help you set your lineups and avoid starting a player who doesnt take the field, we will post fantasy-relevant updates and analysis here as NFL teams release their Sunday inactive lists before kickoff. Any rankings cited in this column come from our ESPN Fantasy staff ranks.?Teams on bye this week: Bills, Lions, Colts, Raiders.Refresh often for the latest information.Ruled out before SundayWR Jeremy Maclin (groin), LB Justin Houston (knee), DE Derek Wolfe (elbow), RB Tevin Coleman (hamstring), TE Jacob Tamme (shoulder), RB Jacquizz Rodgers (foot), LB Denzel Perryman (hamstring), LB Jatavis Brown (knee), S Tyrann Mathieu (shoulder), S Barry Church (forearm), RB DeAngelo Williams (knee), RB Thomas Rawls?(leg), DE Michael Bennett (knee).Early games, 1 p.m. ET (eight scheduled)WR Will Fuller V (knee, questionable) -- inactive LB Derrick Johnson (hamstring, questionable) -- active WR Allen Hurns (concussion, questionable) -- active RB Todd Gurley (thigh, questionable) -- active QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (knee, questionable) -- active RB Doug Martin (hamstring, questionable) -- active RB James Starks (knee, questionable) -- active WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder, doubtful) -- inactiveLate games, 4:05 and 4:25 p.m. ET (three scheduled)WR Jarvis Landry (shoulder, questionable) -- active WR Kenny Stills (calf, questionable) -- active WR Travis Benjamin (knee, doubtful) -- inactive WR Tyrell Williams (knee, questionable) -- active TE Hunter Henry (knee, questionable) -- active RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder, questionable) -- active WR Dez Bryant (knee, questionable) -- activeSunday night game, 8:30 ETRB Christine Michael (hamstring, questionable) -- active WR Chris Hogan (back, questionable) -- active TE Martellus Bennett (ankle, questionable) -- active RB Dion Lewis (knee) -- inactive WR Julian Edelman (foot, questionable) -- activeUpdates/analysis (most recent first)Late-game running backs (7:07 p.m.): Dion Lewis will not be active for the Patriots tonight, setting up a continued passing-game role for James White. On the other side of the ball, Christine Michael is active after being added to the injury report during the week. Theres still reason for concern about his workload and ability to finish the game, as weve seen with other hamstring injuries this season.Dak Prescott (3:15 p.m.): Theres no need for the Cowboys to have Prescott looking over his shoulder today. Thats why it makes complete sense to see that Tony Romo, although resigned to being a backup QB for now, is inactive this afternoon.Carlos Hyde (3 p.m.): Hyde is active, and given that Mike Davis is inactive for the 49ers, it would appear that the team is not all that concerned about his ability to handle (at a minimum) a significant share of the workload.Travis Benjamin (2:50 p.m): He did not participate in practice all week, so nobody should be surprised to hear that Benjamin will sit this one out for San Diego. There is good news for the Chargers, though, as both Hunter Henry and Tyrell Williams will be active this afternoon.Miami Dolphins (2:45 p.m.): A trio of injured pass-catchers will all be active for Dolphins today. Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and Dion Sims all will be on the field this afternoon. However, CB Chris Culliver (knee) will need at least one more week to recover from before suiting up for Miami.?Denver Broncos (12:02 p.m.): With the Saints sitting LT Terron Armstead, the decision to roll the dice on the Broncos D/ST becomes a little easier. Meanwhile, on offense, the Broncos have dressed only two RBs:?Devontae Booker and Kapri Bibbs.Matt Jones (11:55 a.m.): While the fact that WR DeSean Jackson is out with an injured shoulder this week is not a surprise to most fantasy owners, news that Jones would be a healthy scratch today might have snuck up on some people. However, the Washington Post saw this coming as early as Thursday. Robert Kelley has the starting RB job on lockdown.Doug Martin (11:50 a.m.): Tampa Bay finally gets Martin back after the RB injured his hamstring two months ago. The timing is fortuitous, as Jacquizz Rodgers (foot) is inactive today for the Buccaneers.Will Fuller V (11:45 a.m.): Jacksonvilles defense should have an easier time stopping Houston today, with Fuller (knee) out. The duo of Keith Mumphery and Braxton Miller will share second-fiddle duties to DeAndre Hopkins.Ryan Fitzpatrick (11:40 a.m.): Although Fitzpatrick is active?for todays game, he will be the backup quarterback for the Jets. Bryce Petty will start, while Christian Hackenberg is inactive.Derrick Johnson (11:30 a.m.): Warm-ups seem to have gone well this morning for the Kansas City linebacker. He tells the NFL Network that hes good to go for todays game.Ryan Kalil (11:25 a.m.): The Panthers center is close to returning, but despite working out this morning and declaring that his shoulder feels better, he is expected to be inactive again today. Gino Gradkowski (knee) should start for the second straight game, though he is also ailing a bit.Bryce Petty (9:05 a.m.): Either?Ryan Fitzpatricks knee is not up to par, or perhaps the Jets simply want to give their young quarterback a start to see what he can do. In any event, sources tell ESPNs Adam Schefter that Petty will start today for the Jets against the Rams.Carlos Hyde (7:45 a.m.): ESPNs Adam Schefter reports that the 49ers running back does plan to play against the Cardinals this afternoon. That said, he also notes that DuJuan Harris, who has impressed, will still have a part in the teams game plan, keeping him in flex consideration.?James Starks (7:40 a.m.): While optimistic, Green Bay is planning to wait until after warm-ups to see whether Starks can make his return from knee surgery today, according to NFL Networks Ian Rapoport.Todd Gurley (7:35 a.m.): A source tells ESPNs Adam Schefter that the Rams RB is expected to play today against the Jets. Gurley has been dealing with a thigh injury and missed two practices this week, so temper fantasy expectations even if he does suit up.Allen Hurns (7:30 a.m.): Hurns was cleared to practice in a limited capacity on Thursday, even as he spent the week in the leagues concussion protocol. Unless he suffers a last-minute setback, the Jaguars fully expect?him to play today.Christine Michael (7:25 a.m.): Thomas Rawls has been ruled out, and now Michael is questionable because of a hamstring issue. 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Fellow transfer Allisha Gray then added a three-point play with 6:42 left in the third quarter that made it 48-32 and capped the burst.Louisville (6-1) could get only within 14 the rest of the way.Mariya Moore scored 17 and Asia Durr added 13 for the Cardinals, who had cruised through their first six games. ACC player of the year Myisha Hines-Allen was saddled by foul trouble all game and didnt score until early in the fourth quarter, when the game was already out of reach. She finished with just those two points.The two teams got off to hot starts on offense and Louisville held a 20-18 lead after the first quarter. Foul trouble started mounting for both squads, slowing down the pace. The Gamecocks led 31-29 with 3:22 left before halftime and then scored the final six points before the break. The last three came when Coates saved a ball going out of bounds neear midcourt, crashing into the announcers table.dddddddddddd Mikiah Herbert Harrigan finished off the play with a basket and free throw to give the Gamecocks a 37-29 lead at the break.BIG PICTURESouth Carolina: This is the first game of a tough three-contest stretch, with games at Texas and Duke on the horizon. ... The Gamecocks are one of two teams (UConn) to be in the top five of every poll since the start of the 2014-15 season.Louisville: The Cardinals won their first six games by an average of 28 points. The schedule gets a lot tougher now with Maryland, Kentucky, Western Kentucky and South Dakota State coming up.DOUBLE-DOUBLE MACHINECoates has reached double figures in scoring and rebounding in four of the five games this season. 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