Kelvin Benjamin was limited in practice Thursday and Friday with a knee injury, and is questionable for Sunday’s game against New Orleans. Benjamin is likely to play, and should benefit from the awful Saints defense. He’s a solid WR2 this week. Dez Bryant was limited in practice this week with a knee injury, and is questionable for Sunday’s game against Green Bay. Bryant seems more likely to sit than play, and, if he does, Cole Beasley and Jason Witten will continue to benefit from his absence. After being limited Wednesday and Thursday with a neck injury, Randall Cobbpracticed fully Friday and will play Sunday against Dallas. Considering how much the Cowboys struggle against receivers in the slot, Cobb could be in line for a big game. After not practicing Wednesday and being limited Thursday, T.Y. Hilton practiced fully Friday and is likely for Sunday’sgame against Houston. Hilton should be good to play, and will continue to be a must-start in most formats. Alshon Jeffery was limited in practice this week with a hamstring injury and is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars. Jeffery has gotten the questionable tag plenty of times and suited up, and this should be no different. Rashad Jennings was limited in practice this week with a thumb injury, and is likely to play, and should lead the Giants rotating cast of backs. After not practicing Wednesday and being limited Thursday with a knee injury, Julio Jonespracticed fully Friday and will play Sunday against Seattle. Jones is ready to go, and is a must play, even against a tough Seattle defense. Eddie Lacy was limited in practice this week with an ankle injury, and is questionable for Sunday’s game against Dallas. Lacy is progressing, but seems to be a true game-time decision. To make matters more complicated, backup James Starks is questionable as well. Aaron Ripkowski would likely start if both are unable to go. Jonathan Stewart practiced fully Thursday and Friday and should return to the field this week. Ryan Mathews missed practice Friday with an illness, but will play Sunday against Washington. Latavius Murray did not practice this week and will not play Sunday against Kansas City. DeAndre Washington will lead the backfield committee, but Jalen Richard and Jamize Olawale will get carries as well. Washington is a flex play, but Richard and Olawale have value as desperation plays as well. Cam Newton was limited in practiceWednesday as he recovered from a concussion, but practiced fully Thursday and Friday. Newton should play, and he has owned New Orleans in the past. He’s one of the best QB plays in the league this week. Jordan Reed did not practice this week due to a concussion and is very unlikely to play. Theo Riddick did not practice this week and will not play Sunday’s game against the Rams due to an ankle injury. RB Dewayne Washington (ankle) was limited and is questionable to play. Newly acquired RB Justin Forsett could get the start.