The latest injury report is out for the Dallas Cowboys, who are as healthy as they have been all season coming off a bye week and headed into a big road game against the New England Patriots.
After battling through injuries over the last few weeks, the Cowboys offensive playmakers -- QB Tony Romo, RB Felix Jones, WR Miles Austin and WR Dez Bryant -- are all listed as "probable". Perhaps just as important is the health of CB Orlando Scandrick, also listed as probable after missing three weeks with an ankle sprain, who will be vital to stopping the Patriots air attack.
Four players -- K David Buehler (groin), G Derrick Dockery (knee), FB Tony Fiametta (hamstring) and DE Jason Hatcher (calf) -- have been ruled out for Sunday's game. Hatcher's absence will affect the Cowboys' pass rush, as Marcus Spears is his likely replacement in the starting line-up.