The Colts don’t have as clean of an injury report as one might have hoped. They have have several players out for their game against the Texans.
Coming off a bye week, It was hoped that the Colts would be a much healthier team. While some of the players that had missed games prior to the bye week are back, they are still without several players for this crucial game against the Texans.
Kenny Moore will be out for sure. He is missing the game with a knee injury. Pierre Desir is going to be a game-time decision with a hamstring injury, and Malik Hooker is still doubtful. The Colts could be with out 75% of their secondary for the second straight week.
Parris Campbell will be out with his ab injury. That isn’t a surprise since he had a procedure to address that issue when it occurred. But he hasn’t done a whole lot in his rookie season so far. Tyquan Lewis is also out with an ankle injury. He hasn’t played much this year either.
The Colts will have to figure out how to get through this game without them. If they are missing Desir, it will make things tough in the secondary. They need as many players as they can get for that group because of how good Deshaun Watson has been.
The full list of inactives will be released right before the game, so we will let you know who all will be out once that is released.