Vikings Game Today: Vikings Vs. Lions Injury Report, Spread, Over

Week 17 in the NFL is right around the corner, but we'll have to wait a little longer than we've grown accustomed to with no Thursday game on the docket. The bulk of the action will go down on Sunday with the Browns and Steelers wrapping things up on Monday night. While we only have two weeks left in the regular season, the playoff picture is still pretty open, especially in the AFC with only the Chiefs currently owning a ticket into the postseason. 

Naturally, injuries will play a big part in how the playoffs ultimately come into form, so the statuses of various players leading into Week 17 will be of critical importance. As teams hit the practice field for the first time on Wednesday, we'll take a look at the initial injury reports to see which way some of those playmakers are trending heading into the rest of the week. 

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Atlanta Falcons at Buffalo Bills (-14.5)

The Falcons were without cornerback Fabian Moreau on Wednesday as he is dealing with an injury to his ribs. Moreau was the only player listed on the injury report, but the team is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak as several players have been added to the reserve list, including Jonathan Bullard, Jaylinn Hawkins, Hayden Hurst, and practice-squad player Willie Beavers.

Buffalo conducted a walkthrough practice on Wednesday but did hold out defensive tackle Vernon Butler (illness) and safety Jaquan Johnson (illness). Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (knee) and defensive tackle Ed Oliver were the only players limited due to injury, while others were given veteran rest days. Meanwhile, the Bills were able to activate several players from the reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday, including receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis

NFL Week 17 injuries: Jaire Alexander, DAndre Swift return; Lamar Jackson, Justin Fields limited on Wednesday

Source:CBSSports.com

NFL Week 17 injuries: Jaire Alexander, DAndre Swift return; Lamar Jackson, Justin Fields limited on Wednesday