ProFootballDoc Playoff Preview - Colts vs Bills Injury Report for Wild Card Round
The ProFootballDoc proprietary Field View and Injury Index is the best and quickest way to access injury information and identify matchup advantages broken down to run/pass and offense/defense.
Normally the grading scale goes from a typical school A through F but it is notable that all the playoff teams don't have a "C" grade among them. Their health is likely a reason for their playoff success.
Here's a look at the injury report for Saturday's matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and Buffalo Bills.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Buffalo Bills Injury Report
Game Date: 1/9/21 | Game Time: 10:05 AM PST
ProFootballDoc Game Summary
Buffalo Bills Injuries
The Bills are the healthiest team overall in the playoffs as evidenced by their team "A" grade. The wide receiver position is the only question mark.
Stefon Diggs has missed some practice time with an oblique muscle strain but I believe he will play at or close to 100%. John Brown now back and their main issue is whether slot receiver Cole Beasley will return, and my optimism there is starting to sour. Isaiah McKenzie has been limited in practice but by video of his ankle injury, should play on Saturday.
Indianapolis Colts Injuries
The Colts have lost some starters from early season, but the current issue offensively is protecting an immobile Philip Rivers and his turf toe given the recent loss of left tackle Anthony Castonzo (ankle) and even his back up Le’Raven Clark (Achilles).
Defensively they need two secondary contributors to clear the concussion protocol. Overall the Colts are at a "B+" health grade, the question mark is whether their "B" offense stacks up against the "A" Bills defense.
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