The Redskins will be missing both starting cornerbacks against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, with Culliver joining DeAngelo Hall on the sideline.
Analysis: Redskins coach Jay Gruden says Friday that Culliver, who missed practice all week, has "some cartilage issues" in his left knee, which was operated on in the past. Hall will be sitting out a second game in a row with an injured right toe. Will Blackmon is expected to start alongside Bashaud Breeland at cornerback against Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and Atlanta's high-powered offense.
Johnson made his former team pay with six receptions for 77 yards and two scores Thursday against the Texans.
Analysis: After being a fantasy bum through the first four weeks, very few owners likely had Johnson in their starting lineups. Even in light of this performance, they still shouldn't feel very confident in Johnson as a starter with the Colts taking on New England next week.
Foster was mostly unimpressive as a runner Thursday, carrying the ball 19 times for 41 yards against the Colts, but flashed in the passing game with nine receptions for 77 yards.
Analysis: Foster is averaging just 1.9 yards per carry through two games. The best thing for Foster would be more consistency from the Houston passing game, but that doesn't appear to be happening anytime soon given the mess of a quarterback situation.
Hoyer was impressive at times after taking over for Ryan Mallett in the second quarter Thursday against Indianapolis, going 24 of 31 for 312 yards and two TDs, though he also threw a terrible interception late in the fourth quarter.
Analysis: It remains to be seen if coach Bill O'Brien sticks with Hoyer next week at Jacksonville - not that you'd be playing either Hoyer or Mallett in fantasy, anyways.
Hasselbeck was 18 of 29 for 213 yards and two TDs Thursday night at Houston.
Analysis: Hasselbeck has actually been surprisingly serviceable in two starts in place of Andrew Luck, recording 37 total fantasy points in standard leagues. But even if Luck is out again, Hasselbeck still won't be a recommended play next week against an impressive New England defense.
Foster returned to the field in the third quarter against the Colts on Thursday after leaving in the second quarter with an unspecified injury.
Analysis: Foster was injured after taking a hard hit with about 4 minutes left in the second quarter. He remained on the field for a couple of minutes while trainers looked at him before walking off the field. He came back in two plays later and carried the ball for no gain before going to the locker room.
Foster has left in the second quarter against Indianapolis with an unspecified injury. Foster was injured after taking a hard hit with about 4 minutes left in the second quarter. He remained on the field for a couple of minutes while trainers looked at him before walking off the field. He came back in two plays later and carried the ball for no gain before going to the locker room.
Analysis: The team did not provide any details on his injury. It was Foster's second game this season after he missed Houston's first three games after groin surgery.
There is at least some positive news on the injury front for the Chicago Bears. Their quarterback is healing. Cutler said the strained hamstring that kept him out two weeks ago is improving even if it's not quite 100 percent heading into Sunday's game at Kansas City.
Analysis: Cutler missed a shutout loss at Seattle two weeks ago. He looked sharp in his return, helping the Bears beat Oakland for their first win under new coach John Fox.
The Titans announced Thursday that the Elias Sports Bureau corrected an incomplete pass on the first offensive play of Tennessee's opening 42-14 win at Tampa Bay by changing the scoring. A penalty was called on the play, and Mariota originally was credited with an incomplete pass while a Tampa Bay penalty was enforced after the play. Elias changed the scoring with the penalty negating the play.
Analysis: Mariota still had a perfect 158.3 passer rating for the game. He now has one less incompletion, boosting his passer rating from 109.2 to 110.3 along with a 63.5 completion percentage instead of 62.9.