How to interpret a Dallas Cowboys injury report

A reporter from Fox Sports is here to help you make sense of the Dallas Cowboys’ injury report.

The Cowboys are without starting wide receiver Dez Bryant for the second straight week after he tore his ACL in the team’s Week 1 loss to the New York Giants.

The injury report doesn’t list the Cowboys’ starting quarterback, Tony Romo, as a scratch.

But if you look at the injury report, Bryant is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game.

It’s unclear how much of a scratch he is for the Cowboys, who play the Indianapolis Colts at home.

But the injury reports don’t always tell the full story.

Here are the top 10 injuries that happened during the Cowboys season opener:1.

WR Dez “The Beast” Bryant was placed on injured reserve by the Dallas Stars after tearing his ACL.

He’ll be out for at least a month.2.

RB Matt Forte is questionable for the Colts game after undergoing knee surgery.

Forte missed the first three games of the season with a foot injury and missed the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.3.

CB Zack Sanchez will be out of the lineup against the Titans for the first time since Week 3 because of a foot issue.4.

CB Byron Jones has been ruled out for the Jaguars game because of concussion symptoms.5.

TE Zach Ertz (knee) is questionable after missing the past three games.

He is also doubtful for Sunday against the Dolphins.6.

WR Cole Beasley (hip) is out for Sunday night’s game at the Titans.7.

TE Dwayne Harris (ankle) is listed on injured reserved for the Chargers game.8.

WR Travis Benjamin (kaput toe) is doubtful for the Patriots game.9.

TE Evan Engram (shoulder) is on IR for the Panthers game.10.

TE Kellen Moore (hip, ankle) is not practicing.11.

LB Brandon Carr (ankles) is ruled out against the Eagles.12.

WR Lance Dunbar (concussion) is probable for Sunday.