Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said this week that the healthy Dallas players will play against the Giants on Sunday, just like any other week.
It doesn’t look like the Cowboys will try to rest anyone for the playoffs, but it’s very unlikely that anyone listed as questionable will play.
Here’s the full injury report:
WR Tavon Austin returned to a full practice on Wednesday and went through full practices on Thursday and Friday. He has missed the last nine games with a groin injury, but he’s likely to be back in action this week.
CB Anthony Brown missed the Tampa Bay game with a back injury and didn’t practice on Wednesday. He returned to limited practice on Thursday and Friday and is listed as questionable for the Giants game.
DE Tyrone Crawford left the Tampa Bay game on a stretcher with a neck injury. However, a scan and an MRI didn’t reveal any structural damage to his neck. He didn’t practice Wednesday through Friday and is out this week.
DL David Irving left practice eight weeks ago with a high-ankle sprain. He hasn’t played the last eight games and didn’t practice this week. He won’t play on Sunday.
LB Sean Lee returned to action against the Colts but was inactive against Tampa Bay. He went through limited practice Wednesday through Friday and is questionable against the Giants.
RG Zack Martin came out of the Philadelphia game with a sprained MCL and didn’t play against the Colts. He returned to action against Tampa Bay. Martin didn’t appear to aggravate the injury, but he didn’t practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday. He’s questionable to play in New York.
OT Tyron Smith has played the last three games despite a neck injury. He went through a full practice on Wednesday and Thursday but was limited on Friday. He’s questionable for the Giants game.