Cowboys Injury Report, Week 17: Felix Jones Questionable For Must-Win Game Vs. Giants

The Dallas Cowboys face a must-win game in New York in Week 17: win, and the Cowboys will win the NFC East and host at least one game in the 2011 NFL playoffs; lose, and their season is over. And so it's a good thing that Felix Jones and Sean Lee are the Cowboys' only major contributors listed as questionable or worse for Week 17.

Lee is dealing with a wrist injury that has bothered him all year, while Jones has a hamstring injury. Both are listed as questionable for Week 17.

The Cowboys aren't without their fair share of bumps and bruises, though: Tony Romo, DeMarcus Ware, Jay Ratliff, Laurent Robinson, and Mike Jenkins are all listed as probable with various injuries.

Here's the rest of the Cowboys injury report for Week 17:

OUT: none.

DOUBTFUL: none.

QUESTIONABLE: LB Sean Lee (wrist), S Danny McCray (ankle), WR Andre Holmes (hamstring), RB Felix Jones (hamstring), WR Kevin Ogletree (knee), DT Josh Price-Brent (knee).

PROBABLE: P Mat McBriar (left foot), WR Laurent Robinson (shoulder), CB Mike Jenkins (shoulder), DT Jay Ratliff (ribs), QB Tony Romo (right hand), LB DeMarcus Ware (neck).

For more on the Cowboys, head to Blogging the Boys; for more on the Giants, visit Big Blue View.

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