The final injury report is out for Week 11, and there are still a few key names listed as questionable heading into the weekend. Fortunately the Cardinals don't pose the most threatening matchup, but the uncertainty of some of the star players on the roster is concerning.
We'll start with the biggest news of the day:
WR Julio Jones and LB Sean Weatherspoon are listed as questionable for Sunday's game. #atlaz12— Jay Adams (@FalconsJAdams) November 16, 2012]
Spoon continues to work his way back from his ankle injury. He did not practice all week, and neither did Julio. Both are looking like true game-time decisions.
John Abraham, Michael Turner and Vance Walker were all limited in practice, and they remain questionable as well. Barring any major setbacks, though, we can expect this bunch to be ready to go on Sunday.
Harry Douglas, Tony Gonzalez and Stephen Nicholas practiced in full on Friday. They'll be probable for the Cardinals matchup. The only two ruled out as of now are Kevin Cone and Charles Mitchell.
On the Cardinals side, Kevin Kolb obviously isn't playing, so the immobile John Skelton will take the helm once again. Hopefully the Falcons can generate a little more pass rush this week against an awful O-line and a lead-footed QB.
Calais Campbell, Jamell Fleming, Todd Heap and Greg Toler were all questionable as well for Arizona.
We'd all love to see Spoon and Julio out there at the Dome, but it might be in their best interest to wait another week to ensure full health is restored for the Bucs matchup. We'll keep you updated as we go.