Cowboys Wild Card Injury Report — Key Players Could Return 


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Cowboys Wild Card Injury Report - Key Players Could Return

The Dallas Cowboys will host the Green Bay Packers on wild card weekend. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET on Sunday in Dallas, with Fox on the broadcast. The Cowboys are at on the spread, and the game has an over/under line of points. 

The Cowboys have averaged 37.4 points per game while going 8-0 at home this season. Dak Prescott is averaging 308.8 passing yards per game in those contests, and CeeDee Lamb is averaging 111.6 receiving yards over his last 10 games regardless of venue. The Cowboys have been eliminated by the 49ers in consecutive postseasons. 

The Packers have dealt with injuries to their receiving corps all season, and Christian Watson (hamstring) has missed their last five games after aggravating a preseason injury that bothered him early in the campaign. Romeo Doubs (chest) is also questionable, and the Packers placed cornerback Eric Stokes (hamstring) on injured reserve in December. 

Dallas Cowboys wild card round injury report 

There Aren’t Any Injured Players for This Team Currently

Potential key missing players

Tyler Smith (foot)

The Cowboys held out Smith and fellow starting guard Zack Martin (illness) in a Week 18 win over Washington, but they expect both players to return in the playoffs. 

Stephon Gilmore (shoulder)

Gilmore is the top coverage man for the Cowboys and has taken on a larger role since Dallas lost Trevon Diggs (ACL) for the season ahead of Week 4. Gilmore took an MRI that cleared him of any damage, so he’s expected to play after missing Week 18.