Packers rule out four players vs. Cowboys in Week 10

Green Bay Packers, Romeo Doubs - Mandatory Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports
Green Bay Packers, Romeo Doubs - Mandatory Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports /

The Green Bay Packers have ruled out four players for their matchup with the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10.

Eighteen players were on their final injury report on Friday, highlighting just how badly the Packers have been hit with injuries in recent weeks.

Cornerback Eric Stokes, wide receiver Romeo Doubs, inside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell, and cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles are all out on Sunday against Dallas.

Head coach Matt LaFleur said on Friday that it’s unlikely Stokes will play again this season.

Star pass rusher Rashan Gary won’t play. He has been ruled out for the remainder of the season and has been placed on injured reserve.

Inside linebacker Krys Barnes is listed as doubtful to play on the injury report.

Two players are questionable to play against the Cowboys: star left tackle David Bakhtiari and wide receiver Amari Rodgers.

The Packers are hit with injuries at wide receiver.

Randall Cobb is on injured reserve. Romeo Doubs is out of this game. Amari Rodgers is questionable to play. Allen Lazard and Sammy Watkins were both on the injury report and didn’t practice in full all week.

The Cowboys have ruled out linebacker Anthony Barr for Week 10, while star running back Ezekiel Elliott is questionable to play.

Outside of that, Dallas will have everyone available.

The Packers are dealing with several injuries but will need to adapt. To have any hope of saving their season, they need to end their losing run and start stacking victories, especially in their games at Lambeau Field.

But it won’t be easy against a talented Cowboys team coming off a bye week.