The Sunday morning injury updates are coming out, and there are a lot involving quarterbacks. Most notably, Josh Allen is expected to start for Buffalo. But it sounds an awful lot like the Rams-Cardinals game will feature Colt McCoy versus John Wolford.

  • With Allen, who has an elbow injury, the Bills have reportedly been told that by playing, Allen won't risk injuring it any further. It feels like there's a degree of risk (let's say he takes a big hit on the elbow, or is sacked and lands on it), but apparently he can throw. Maybe he'll run less and throw shorter to get the ball out of his hands quickly. I have Allen in a league and am starting him. If you're unusually fortunate to have another top-5 or 10 type of option, you can go with the perhaps safer, lower-upside choice.

  • Kyler Murray (hamstring) is a gametime decision. Counting on players with hamstring injuries hasn't worked out too well this season, and since a large part of Murray's value is his running ability, it's best to find other options. Colt McCoy is expected to start for Murray, if you have no choice but Murray's backup.

  • Same game, Matthew Stafford is in the concussion protocol. Doesn't seem like he'll be cleared in time, putting John Wolford into the starting lineup. Cooper Kupp was the only particularly solid option with Stafford, and he's the only I'd want to try without him.

  • One more quarterback note, Ryan Tannehill (ankle) is expected to play for the Titans. Facing a tough Broncos pass defense and less likely to offer any rushing production given the injury, but he should start.

  • Brandin Cooks (wrist, disenchantment) is expected to play for Houston today. Cooks isn't happy to still be in Houston and hasn't done anything in recent games anyway, and the Giants have played pretty good defense most of the year. If you're starting Cooks you're either in a really, really deep league or basically ignoring the rankings anyway.

  • Ezekiel Elliott (knee) remains a gametime decision, but the lean is he won't play. Not official yet, but his absence would obviously elevate Tony Pollard from a good option to a great one.

  • I have been looking for Jerick McKinnon (shoulder/knee/hamstring) updates, without success. He's questionable. If he plays, it's in a committee, but he's the preferred passing downs back. If he's out, it becomes more plausible to use Isiah Pacheco or Clyde Edwards-Helaire. I personally am benching McKinnon, but it's still up in the air whether he'll be available or not.

Munich game kicks off in 27 minutes, so get your Bucs-Seahawks players in or out of lineups. I will add any other significant updates I see between now and 1 p.m. Eastern in the comments below.

--Andy Richardson