COACHING MOVES - WEEK 6 INJURY WATCH

As we head into Week 6, there are a ton of injuries fantasy owners need to be aware of. From Andrew Luck to Marshawn Lynch, players around the NFL are feeling the wear-and-tear of the season. Luckily, we're here to let you know which key players to monitor through Sunday morning so you can make the best possible lineup decisions, and be prepared for the worst.

COACHES' CRIB NOTES

• Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett reportedly suffered an injury in practice on Friday and has been listed as "questionable" for Sunday's game against the Lions. Keep an eye on his status heading into Sunday morning and have a backup plan at the ready if Bennett can't go.

• Ben Roethlisberger has been ruled out for the third straight game for the Steelers. Tread with caution with any of Pittsburgh's pass catchers this week, including Antonio Brown. The Steelers face a talened Cardinals defensive unit, and Mike Vick is prone to turnovers.

• Ravens RB Justin Forsett practiced on Friday but it was his first session all week as he deals with an ankle injury. He's shaping up to be a game-time decision, and if he can't go, rookie Javorius Allen should see the lion's share of the backfield work against the 49ers on Sunday afternoon.

• Odell Beckham missed another practice on Friday due to a hamstring injury and his status is unclear for Monday night's matchup against the Eagles. Make sure you have a backup plan in place, like Dwayne Allen, incase the second-year wideout is unable to play.

• All signs point to LeSean McCoy suiting up for the Bills this week against the Bengals. McCoy hasn't been 100 percent since the start of the season, so hopefully he was able to get right after a few weeks off. If he does indeed suit up, he should be started across the board.

• Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon hasn't practiced all week and is officially questionable with a groin injury. If he can't play, Denard Robinson and Toby Gerhart would likely spilt the worklaod, but we don't reccommend eithe rof them for fantasy purposes.

• Will Andrew Luck start on Sunday night against the Patriots? His fantasy owners, and owners of the Colts' pass catchers surely hope so. Even if he does suit up, there isn't much to love about Luck this week against a Patriots team that has dominated the Colts during Luck's career.

• It looks like Marshawn Lynch will play for the Seahawks this week. And if he starts in real life, you start him in fantasy. His nickname isn't Beast Mode for nothing. Thomas Rawls will become a bench stash if Lynch does indeed start.