Colts injury report: Two ruled out for Saturday
The Colts are going into the playoffs relatively healthy. They only have two ruled out right now, and are also getting a key member of the offense back.
Right now, the Colts are a super hot. They finished off the season winning nine fo their last ten games. They did that in large part because they were largely healthy. That will be the same on Saturday as they go into Houston for the wild card playoff game.
The Colts are going to be without two players for the game on Saturday. They are both starters. Tyquan Lewis, the rookie defensive end out of Ohio State, will miss the game with a knee injury. He got hurt in the finale against the Titans and isn’t ready for this one on a quick turnaround.
Ryan Grant will also miss the game in Houston due to a toe injury. Grant hasn’t been super effective this season when he has been on the field, so this won’t be a huge loss. The Colts will miss Lewis more than Grant on Saturday.
T.Y. Hilton, who has been nursing an ankle injury for the last month, will play yet again. The Colts will also get center Ryan Kelly back for this game. He missed last game after suffering a neck injury against the Giants. Having him back is big for the offensive line.
Clayton Geathers is questionable with a knee injury. There’s a strong possibility he plays. Jabaal Sheard is questionable with a knee injury, but he should play too. So should Dontrelle Inman and Zach Pascal, who are both listed as questionable as well.
Most of this is good news for the Colts, as you want to be as healthy as possible going into the playoffs. Hopefully everyone listed as questionable is able to go on Saturday.