Week 2 AFCS Friday Injury Report: Jaguars, Patriots*, Colts, Texans, Titans, Redskins

Week 2 AFCS Friday injury report

The biggest changes from yesterday to today was teams saying who will be out for the games. “Questionable” doesn’t mean much, it’s a 50/50 call so teams don’t know. Typically though, if teams have a player DNP all week, he usually doesn’t play on Sunday.

Texans 0-1 @ Titans 0-1 CBS 1:00

Gamesmanship is going on, but more than likely all the Texans will dress out (minus Kayvon Webster). The good news for the Texans is their OL is healthy…If that O-Line could be considered, “good”. Nine players on the report is eyebrow raising after one game, but their opponent said, hold my beer.

The Titans are a walking triage unit. A banged up QB and two OL out are not a good thing for Tennessee fans. These two teams facing each other may end up being a war of attrition because neither offense looked good. Flip a coin on who wins.

Colts 0-1 @ Redskins 1-0 CBS 1:00

Not to be outdone by the Titans, the Colts have four players out. Andrew Luck without a tackle will have fans sweating a bit. Or a lot. In DC, this could be another loss for the boys in blue.

The Redskins look pretty healthy, with only Troy Apke out. Alex Smith will also be down an OL. Every team has issues with health on the OL except the Texans. Even so, Alex Smith is a better athlete than Andrew Luck, this match-up should go their way.

Patriots* 1-0 @ Jaguars 1-0 CBS 4:25

Like the Jaguars, the Patriots* have two RB’s who are banged up.But, it’s the Patriots* and more times than not, Belichick always finds a way to work around his roster.

Not to panic, but Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon doesn’t give one the warm fuzzies for this offense. However, the rest of the team looks healthy and having Brandon Linder and Jeremy Parnell full is a good thing to see. This should be the game to watch this week.

For the AFC South teams, the only thing left to wonder is which 46 will dress out on Sunday. This concludes the Week 2 AFCS Friday injury report. We will post game day rosters as they come in.

WeeK 2 AFCS Injury Reports: Jaguars, Patriots*, Titans, Texans, Colts and Redskins

Week 2 AFCS Injury reports

We will keep you up to date on the injury woes of not only the Jacksonville Jaguars, but who they play and also their AFC South rivals. This is good info to keep up one since the Jags play their rivals twice and they face several of the same teams.

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Rex Burkhead and rookie Sony Michel being on the Week 2 AFCS Injury reports may even things out a bit with Leonard Fournette being DNP. We can hope the Jags’ receivers can hold on to the ball to give them a leg up.

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Continuing Week 2 AFCS Injury reports

How does a team rack up 11 injuries in week one? Here’s the thing, players don’t feel better as the season goes on. Whatever issues they are dealing with now, usually hang around all season, either getting worse or staying the same with lots of care. “Healthy” is a relative term.

The Texans and Titans were thought to be two teams to give the Jags a run for their money. If their injury reports stay the same, that becomes doubtful…like the stars no doubt a few of their players will be listed as on Sunday.

As long as the Colts keep Andrew Luck off this list, they have a chance. What’s not good is having two OL already among the wounded.

FYI, sometimes you’ll see players like QB Colt McCoy be on this list but not show them missing practice. The rules say if a player gets injured during a game, he needs to be on the list until a doc clears them.