Here are the final Week 3 injury reports in the AFC East:
Questionable: CB Ras-I Dowling (hip), S Patrick Chung (thumb), LB Gary Guyton (hamstring), DL Albert Haynesworth (back), LB Jerod Mayo (thigh), P Zoltan Mesko (knee), WR Taylor Price (hamstring), OL Ryan Wendell (calf)
Skinny: Stevie Johnson's "probable" status is good news for Buffalo. The Bills have to keep pace with New England’s offense and would have a tough time doing it without Buffalo’s No. 1 receiver. The Patriots have a lot of players questionable. But secondary players like Chung and Dowling are much needed to defend Buffalo's spread offense.
Doubtful: WR Roberto Wallace (hamstring)
Skinny: Davis is obviously the big loss for Miami. But the Dolphins did get a boost with Dansby's availability. Browns coach Pat Shurmur expects Hillis to play through his illness. But if Hillis isn't 100 percent, that would be an advantage for Miami.
Questionable: DE Muhammad Wilkerson (shoulder)
Probable: DT Mike DeVito (shoulder), DT Marcus Dixon (knee), LB David Harris (toe), WR Santonio Holmes (quadricep), S Jim Leonhard (hamstring), WR Derrick Mason (knee), QB Mark Sanchez (right elbow), S Eric Smith (ankle)
Questionable: CB DeMarcus Van Dyke (knee)
Probable: TE Kevin Boss (knee), S Jerome Boyd (knee), QB Jason Campbell (foot), WR Darrius Heyward-Bey (knee), K Sebastian Janikowski (left foot), CB Chris Johnson (groin), RB Darren McFadden (shoulder)
Skinny: No surprise with Mangold, despite his best intentions to return from a high-ankle sprain. That injury takes time to heal. Wilkerson, the Jets' rookie defensive end, is questionable but expects to play. The Raiders are going in shorthanded at receiver for the second straight game. But it didn't seem to both them last week against Buffalo.