The Green Bay Packers are looking to go undefeated this season, but their Thanksgiving Day game with the Detroit Lions looms as they try to advance to 11-0 on the season. The Packers listed one of their key players, James Starks, as questionable on the final injury report of the week.
Starks isn't the biggest name on the Packers roster because Aaron Rodgers has been known to spread the ball to so many of his wide receivers, but the running back plays a key role each week. If Starks isn't unable to go, Ryan Grant will get the starting nod with fullback John Kuhn also taking a few reps as running back.
The Packers will also be without left tackle Chad Clifton as he tries to recover from a hamstring injury. His backup, Marshall Newhouse, was listed on the injury report all week as well, but Newhouse is probably after going through a full practice on Friday.
Key players Clay Matthews and Greg Jennings were also no this week's injury report, but both are expected to play and were listed as probable on Wednesday. The entire injury report can be viewed here.