The Jacksonville Jaguars look to get just their second road win of the year (the first came last weekend in Indianapolis) when they face the Browns in Cleveland Sunday afternoon. At 3-6, the Jaguars chances at catching Houston are slim, but with Matt Schaub out indefinitely with a foot injury, not to mention the Texans' history of finding new and amazing ways to miss the playoffs, it's not inconceivable that either Jacksonville or Tennessee chases them down in the AFC South. Doing so would require a win in Week 11 against the Browns though. And from the looks of their injury report this week, they'll need guys to step up and make contributions that perhaps aren't used to being relied upon on this stage.
Aaron Kampan (hamstring) and Terrance Knighton (ankle) were the lone players to miss Friday's practice. Knighton has been ruled out for the second week in a row. Kampan is listed as doubtful, but he might give it a shot at least on Sunday because of the mounting injuries along the defensive line. The former Buffalo Bills star has yet to register a single tackle in the three games he's appeared in this season.
Brian Robiskie is listed as questionable after being limited in practice all three days this week. The third-year wide receiver out of Ohio State has not played since being claimed off wavers from the Cleveland Browns two weeks ago. He sat out last week's game with a nagging hamstring and has not played since Week 6 when still with the Browns. We'll see if he's able to finally get back out on the field with his new Jaguars teammates this Sunday.
Questionable: RB/FB Brock Bolen (calf), WR Brian Robiskie (hamstring)
Probable: DE John Chick (abdomen), WR Cecil Shorts III (hamstring)
Doubtful: DE Aaron Kampman (hamstring)
Out: DT Terrance Knighton (ankle)