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I'll update daily, as this could be an interesting week for injuries. 

I'll also add PS promotion info if any for the week.

 

Early, and not unusual to see DNPs on Wednesday, but 6 starters DNP or LP for each team. 

2 Bengals starters listed as rest, while only one depth quasi starter resting for the Colts.

 

Colts

Mo Alie-Cox  TE  Knee  DNP

Denico Autry  DT/DE  Ankle/Knee  DNP

Julian Blackmon  S  Groin  DNP

Trey Burton  TE  Not Injury Related (Rest)   DNP

Justin Houston  DE  Hip  DNP

Darius Leonard  LB  Groin  DNP

Anthony Castonzo  T  Rib  LP

Jordan Wilkins  RB  Calf  LP

 

Bengals

Geno Atkins  DT  NIR - Rest  DNP

Carlos Dunlap  DE  NIR - Rest  DNP

Darius Phillips  CB  Shoulder  DNP

Sam Hubbard  DE  Elbow  DNP

Auden Tate  WR  Shoulder   DNP

Mackensie Alexander  CB   Hamstring  LP

Giovani Bernard  HB  Groin  LP

A.J. Green   WR   Hamstring   LP

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Couple updates.

 

Green added for the Colts. Mixon added for Bengals.

 

Blackmon, Houston, Castanzo, and Burton make progress.

Cox, Autry,  and Leonard still DNP, but it's been reported Leonard feels "close" to returning.

 

Hubbard, who is a starter at DE for Cinci, is now OUT.

A few ? for Cinci.

 

Colts

Mo Alie-Cox  TE  Knee  DNP/DNP

Denico Autry  DT/DE  Ankle/Knee  DNP/DNP

Julian Blackmon  S  Groin  DNP/FP - Yeah

Trey Burton  TE  Not Injury Related (Rest)   DNP/FP

Justin Houston  DE  Hip  DNP/LP - Yeah

Darius Leonard  LB  Groin  DNP/DNP

Anthony Castonzo  T  Rib  LP/FP - Yeah

Jordan Wilkins  RB  Calf  LP/DNP

Chaz Green  T  Back   (-)/DNP

 

Bengals

Geno Atkins  DT  NIR - Rest  DNP/LP

Carlos Dunlap  DE  NIR - Rest  DNP/FP

Darius Phillips  CB  Shoulder  DNP/LP

Sam Hubbard  DE  Elbow  DNP/DNP - Out

Auden Tate  WR  Shoulder   DNP/?

Mackensie Alexander  CB   Hamstring  LP/LP

Giovani Bernard  HB  Groin  LP/?

A.J. Green   WR   Hamstring   LP/?

Joe Mixon   HB  NIR - Personal  FP/DNP

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5 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

My guess is AC returns but Maniac doesn't

AC if FP, so no need to really worry now. I guess he could have a setback.

 

Pretty encouraging to hear the Colts reporting themselves that Leonard is close.

 

Honestly I'm more concerned with the combo of Autry and Houston. AQM can replace one, but not both. Banogu and Carter are the options behind AQM. I guess Lewis is an option, but he more 3T.

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I wouldn't mind Leonard, AC and Houston sitting this one out. They are 3 big losses obviously, but we should really be beating the Bengals nonetheless. Let those guys get an extended break to heal up over the bye week, the schedule gets rough real quick in November.

 

I'd like to have a look at Banogu, Lewis, Speed, etc. too

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For the Colts

1) Green and Mo out. Not like we use Mo anymore anyway....

2) Leonard doubtful stinks

3) Having both Houston and Autry questionable is pretty scary. Not much beyond AQM.

4) AC still questionable after 2 FPs....

 

For the Bengals.

1) Only Hubbard out. Should be good for our running game.

2) Tate (WR) is Doubtful, and Alexander (CB) is questionable, but neither are big impacts.

3) Looks like we'll get to see Green..... 

 

 

 

 

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On 10/16/2020 at 4:17 AM, Colt Overseas said:

I wouldn't mind Leonard, AC and Houston sitting this one out. They are 3 big losses obviously, but we should really be beating the Bengals nonetheless. Let those guys get an extended break to heal up over the bye week, the schedule gets rough real quick in November.

 

I'd like to have a look at Banogu, Lewis, Speed, etc. too

Agree, we would really be testing our depth but thats what we've been building this team for. 

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