The Colts have struggled to stay healthy all season long, but Sunday looks like the game they might finally achieve mostly full health.
The Colts have not been full healthy all season long. Multiple players have had to battle injuries all season long. But this Sunday at home, they will have a mostly healthy team. Only one player is ruled out, and he is a backup defensive lineman.
That lineman is Carl Davis. He is ruled out because of a hamstring injury. Having him as the only player completely ruled out is huge for a team that can really get on a roll based on the way the schedule sets up. But the Colts do have several listed as questionable.
Pierre Desir is questionable with a hamstring injury. So is Kenny Moore with a knee injury. Both players were limited in practice today and will be game-time decisions. It would be nice to have a fully healthy secondary for the first time all year.
Parris Campbell is questionable as well, and according to Frank Reich, there is a good chance he plays. He has been recovering from an ab injury he suffered in week 3. Tyquan Lewis is questionable too with his ankle injury. He has a better chance of playing though.
A late addition to the injury report is Jack Doyle. He was added today with a groin injury and is listed as questionable. Losing him would be a blow to the offense. He does a little bit of everything and is an invaluable run blocker.
It’s good to see the injury report relatively clean for once. Hopefully the Colts can keep it that way the rest of the season.