Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie injury: Giants CB questionable after injuring calf

New York Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie left the Thursday night game against Washington with an apparent calf injury and is questionable to return, according to Tracy Wolfson of NFL Network.

Midway through the second quarter, Rodgers-Cromartie exited the game and was on the sideline receiving treatment from the team’s medical staff.

Houston has been able to dominate on the ground behind Arian Foster. The sixth-year back, who is taking on the bulk of the carries after Ben Tate left for the Cleveland Browns in free agency, has 241 yards on 4.4 yards per carry. Rookie Alfred Blue has stepped into Tate’s old role, gaining 118 yards on 4.7 yards per attempt.

Over at CBS Sports, only Jason La Canfora and Ryan Wilson believe the Bills can go on the road and come away with a victory, while the rest of the eight-member panel is going with the Texans. However, half of the panel thinks Buffalo will be able to keep it close and cover the small 3.5-point spread.

USA Today features seven experts, and only Nate Davis is going with Buffalo to pull the upset. Only one man at SB Nation selected the Bills, as evidenced below. All the other picks can be seen by clicking here.

There’s nothing partisan about that. It’s just common sense. And wouldn’t it be nice to see something come out of Washington, D.C., that is for the benefit of the American people? I would love for this to be the issue that every party could agree on.

“Frankly, I’ve never heard a really good reason as to why they have this non-profit status,” she told me. We talked about why she’s doing what she’s doing, and why she believes her cause will win.3

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