Week Nine early inactives

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Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs.

Bears at Bills

Bears: LB Khalil Mack, WR Allen Robinson, WR Kevin White, CB Marcus Cooper,  OL Rashaad Coward, TE Ben Braunecker, DL Bilal Nichols

Bills: QB Josh Allen, QB Derek Anderson, WR Cam Phillips, T Conor McDermott, G Ike Boettger, DE Trent Murphy, LB Tremaine Edmunds

Buccaneers at Panthers

Buccaneers: RB Ronald Jones, CB M.J. Stewart, DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches, G Evan Smith, G Alex Cappa, DE Demone Harris, QB Ryan Griffin

Panthers: WR Torrey Smith, CB Josh Hawkins, RB Cameron Artis-Payne, LB Andre Smith, G Brendan Mahon, G Amini Silatolu, DE Marquis Haynes.

Chiefs at Browns

Chiefs: S Eric Berry, RB Darrel Williams, LB Justin Houston, LB Frank Zombo, C Mitch Morse, OL Kahlil McKenzie, DL Justin Hamilton

Browns: QB Drew Stanton, WR Da'Mari Scott, T Desmond Harrison, DB Damarious Randall, LB Joe Schobert, TE Pharaoh Brown, DL Chad Thomas

Falcons at Washington

Falcons: K Matt Bryant, CB Robert Alford, RB Brian Hill, DE Steven Means, G Austin Pasztor, G Rees Odhiambo, T Matt Gono

Washington: RB Chris Thompson, CB Adonis Alexander, S Kenny Ladler, C Casey Dunn, T Trent Williams, WR Jamison Crowder, WR Brian Quick

Jets at Dolphins

Jets: CB Trumaine Johnson, CB Derrick Jones, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, OL Dakota Dozier, LB Frankie Luvu, TE Neal Sterling, DL Foley Fatukasi

Dolphins: QB Ryan Tannehill, LB Martrell Spaight, C Wesley Johnson, DE Jonathan Woodard, T Sam Young, TE A.J. Derby, DE Charles Harris

Lions at Vikings

Lions: LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin, DE Kerry Hyder, RB Ameer Abdullah, DE Eric Lee, G Joe Dahl, T Andrew Donnal, LB Kelvin Sheppard

Vikings: WR Stefon Diggs, S Andrew Sendejo, LB Anthony Barr, G Tom Compton, RB Roc Thomas, QB Kyle Sloter, DE Tashawn Bower

Steelers at Ravens

Steelers: QB Mason Rudolph, WR Justin Hunter, S Marcus Allen, CB Brian Allen, T Zach Banner, T Marcus Gilbert, DE L.T. Walton

Ravens: T Ronnie Stanley, T James Hurst, LB Tim Williams, WR Jordan Lasley, QB Robert Griffin III, TE Maxx Williams, RB Ty Montgomery

6 responses to “Week Nine early inactives

  1. Smart call by the Bears keeping Mack out. If they can’t beat the Bills without Mack, then they deserve the L.

    Save him for the upcoming stretch of division games.

  2. The giants were coming off an 11-5 season after 2016 the cowboys were the # 1 seed in 2016 everyone had the cowboys or giants winning the Divison in 2017 . No one had the eagles even making the playoffs . For doug pederson to lose 4 of his best players and not only win the Divison with backups but to get all the way to the super bowl and than win against belichick and Brady. Doug pederson is by far the greatest coach in the history of sports

  3. The giants were coming off an 11-5 season after 2016 the cowboys were the # 1 seed in 2016 everyone had the cowboys or giants winning the Divison in 2017 . No one had the eagles even making the playoffs . For doug pederson to lose 4 of his best players and not only win the Divison with backups but to get all the way to the super bowl and than win against belichick and Brady. Doug pederson is by far the greatest coach in the history of sports.

  4. Brandon Frazier says:
    November 4, 2018 at 12:04 pm
    The giants were coming off an 11-5 season after 2016 the cowboys were the # 1 seed in 2016 everyone had the cowboys or giants winning the Divison in 2017 . No one had the eagles even making the playoffs . For doug pederson to lose 4 of his best players and not only win the Divison with backups but to get all the way to the super bowl and than win against belichick and Brady. Doug pederson is by far the greatest coach in the history of sports
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    Losing 4 starters is nothing in the NFL. Losing a QB is a big deal, but other coaches have won Super Bowls with lesser QB talent.

    Surely, if Doug Pederson is the greatest coach, he should have no problem winning the Super Bowl again with a healthy Carson Wentz this time. But first the greatest coach in the history of the world may want to get his team over .500 and maybe soon they can beat a team with a winning record this year.

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