The New York Jets will have their full arsenal of running backs available this week as they attempt to end a four-game losing streak.
Running backs Breece Hall (hamstring) and Dalvin Cook (shoulder) are both expected to play in Sunday's game versus the Falcons, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per sources. Hall and Cook are officially active.
Hall has not missed a game this year, after missing 10 games last season after tearing his ACL. He popped up on this week's injury report with the hamstring injury, and was a limited participant both Wednesday and Thursday, He was upgraded to a full practice on Friday, but was still given a questionable designation on the final injury report.
While Hall was on the list all week, Cook was only added to the report on Friday, with his shoulder issue leading to him participating in only a limited capacity and earning a questionable designation as well.
But luckily for Gang Green, neither of their top-two running backs should be absent for Week 13.
Hall has held the starting RB role for New York throughout the year, and has had games in which he dazzles, like putting up 127 yards in Week 1 or 177 in Week 5. But in the past few weeks Hall's production has gone down parallel to the Jets' overall offensive issues, and he hasn't had more than 50 rushing yards in his last six outings.
Cook was acquired ahead of this season after being released by the Vikings to bolster New York's rushing unit, and has also not missed a game yet, collecting 162 rush yards on 50 attempts as the Jets' RB2.
The Jets (4-7) will host the Falcons (5-6) Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.
Other injuries we are keeping an eye on ahead of Sunday's Week 13 games:
- Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Marquise Brown (heel) and tight end Trey McBride (groin) are both expected to play versus the Steelers after being initially listed as questionable, according to Rapoport. Brown and McBride are officially active.
- Houston Texans wide receivers Tank Dell (calf) and Noah Brown (knee) are both expected to play versus the Broncos, Rapoport reported. Dell and Brown have since been announced as active.
- Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (quad) is expected to play versus the Patriots, per Rapoport. Allen is officially active.
- New England Patriots running back Ezekiel Elliott (thigh) is expected to play versus the Chargers, according to Rapoport. Elliott is officially active.
- New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olave (concussion protocol) is expected to play Sunday versus the Lions, per Rapoport and NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero. In addition, defensive end Cameron Jordan (ankle) is a game-time decision and has a shot despite not practicing all week. Olave and Jordan are active.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin (neck) expects to play Sunday versus the Panthers as long as he wakes up feeling good, Pelissero and Rapoport reported.