Early line: Ravens (minus-10 points). Total: (46)
BAL 2ND OFF; CIN 32ND DEF
BAL 1ST RUN; CIN 32ND vs. RUN
BAL 20TH PASS; CIN 22ND vs. PASS
BAL 1ST PTS; CIN 24TH PTS ALLOWED
CIN 25TH OFF; BAL 20TH DEF
CIN 32ND RUN; BAL 5TH vs. RUN
CIN 11TH PASS; BAL 28TH vs. PASS
CIN 29TH PTS; BAL 16TH PTS ALLOWED
BAL T12TH TO/TA; CIN T29TH TO-TA
Ravens lead all-time series 24-23-0 and have won last 2 games vs. Bengals (3 of last 5), including 23-17 victory at Baltimore in most recent game in Week 6 earlier this season in which Ravens’ Lamar-Jackson-led offense gained 497 total yards (269 rushing, 228 passing) and benefited from a massive 39:42-20:18 edge in time of possession, while Baltimore’s defense limited Bengals to 250 total yards. Entering Week 10, Bengals are the only winless team in the league.
RAVENS looked Super Bowl worthy in Week 9 Sunday-nighter at home, overtaking the defending Super Bowl champion and previously undefeated Patriots 37-20, as Jackson ripped apart the NFL’s stingiest defense with his arm and legs, accounting for three TDs, directing a dominant running game and becoming a legitimate league MVP candidate.
“We played tonight like it was a championship game,” Jackson said after RAVENS’ fourth straight victory. “We’ve just got to keep going.”
RAVENS zipped to an early 17-0 lead and let the Patriots creep within striking distance before quelling the comeback with a 70-yard fumble return for a TD by CB Marlon Humphrey and a 5-yard TD pass from Jackson to TE Nick Boyle early in the 4th quarter.
Jackson ran for 61 yards and two touchdowns and went 17-for-23 for 163 yards and a score passing (107.7 QB rating), RB Mark Ingram rushed for 115 yards (7.7 ypc with a long of 53) and RAVENS’ league-leading ground attack (204.9 ypg) amassed 210 yards in impressive prime-time victory over Pats.
RAVENS’ offense gained 372 total yards, converted 5-0f-10 3rd downs and had a significant 37:01-22:59 edge in time of possession, while the defense limited Patriots to 342 yards and registered 2 sacks and 2 takeaways, including Humphrey’s FR for a score in week 9 win.
In addition to Humphrey, who also had 6 tackles, noteworthy RAVENS defenders in Week 9 were: ILB Patrick Onwuasor, who forced the fumble recovered by Humphrey for a score, registered a sack and made 8 tackles; and CB Marcus Peters, who also had 8 tackles and a PB.
In RAVENS’ Week 6 win over Bengals, Jackson had 19-152-1 rushing (8.0 ypc) and a long of 36 and 21-33-236-0 TDs-0 INTs (84.9), Ingram had 13-52-1 rushing and 2-22 receiving on 2 targets and a long of 11, TE Mark Andrews had 6-99 receiving on 8 targets with a long of 39 and a lost fumble and Humphrey had an INT (Baltimore’s only takeaway), a PB and one tackle.
BENGALS’ Week Nine bye began with the announcement that they would be benching longtime starting QB Andy Dalton in favor of rookie Ryan Finley, who has not taken a snap in a regular-season game. The Bengals drafted Finley in the fourth round as Dalton’s backup, and he’ll get a chance to win the job.
Dalton, who got the news on his 32nd birthday, disagreed with his benching and the way BENGALS waited until shortly before the trade deadline to inform him, leaving no time to see if another team was interested in his services.
The move followed a 24-10 loss to the Rams in London that left the BENGALS with their worst start in 11 years. The Bengals have lost 10 in a row over the past two seasons, one shy of the club record for that category, and are assured of a 4th straight season without a winning record.
Head coach Zac Taylor emphasized that he wasn’t blaming Dalton for BENGALS’ 0-8 start. Cincy has the worst running game in the NFL (59.5 ypg), and Dalton had been sacked the 3rd-most times through Week 8 games behind an O-line struggling to open holes and protect the QB. Finley will have that working against him, as well as his inexperience.
BENGALS’ offense is hoping for a boost after their bye from star WR1 A.J. Green, who missed the first half of this season after hurting his ankle during the first practice of training camp (double check status).
Green was relieved when the BENGALS didn’t trade him last week. However, he said he would be upset if they fail to reach a contract agreement, and the team uses the franchise tag on him to keep him for one more year.
BENGALS’ offense gained 401 total yards — their most since gaining 429 yards in season opener — and had zero turnovers in Week 8 loss to Rams in London, but league-worst defense (435.8 ypg) surrendered 470 total yards and 7-of-13 3rd-down conversions with no sacks or takeaways.
Relegated to an afterthought because of the offensive line’s inability to open holes, BENGALS RB Joe Mixon showed flashes of what he can do in Week 8 loss when he gets a little space, running for 66 yards, his 2nd-highest total this season. He also caught a pass for the Bengals’ touchdown.
BENGALS’ offense also rediscovered their tight ends in London, which allowed it to string together numerous drives for the first time in weeks. The Bengals had been using tight ends to help block in the pass and run games but turned them loose against the Rams, Taylor’s former team. TE Tyler Eifert had a season-high 6 catches for 74 yards.
Check status of BENGALS OG Alex Redmond, who was carted off with an ankle injury in the 4th quarter in Week 8; starting CBs Dre Kirkpatrick (knee; inactive in Week 8) and Darqueze Dennard (hamstring; inactive in Week 8); and OLT Cordy Glenn, who missed his 8th game with a concussion and/or suspension.
In BENGALS’ Week 6 win over Ravens, Dalton had 21-39-235-0 TDs-1 INT (61.4 QB rating while getting sacked twice and a 2-yard TD run, Bengals’ gained only 14-33-1 rushing, WR Auden Tate had 5-91 receiving on 11 targets and a long of 29 and LB Nick Vigil had a FR and team-high 13 tackles.
Buffalo (6-2; 5-3 ATS) at Cleveland (2-6; 2-6 ATS)
Early line: Browns (minus-3 points). Total: (40)
BUF 23RD OFF; CLE 18TH DEF
BUF 11TH RUN; CLE 30TH vs. RUN
BUF 26TH PASS; CLE 6TH vs. PASS
BUF 23RD PTS; CLE 23RD PTS ALLOWED
CLE 19TH OFF; BUF 3RD DEF
CLE 13TH RUN; BUF 19TH vs. RUN
CLE 18TH PASS; BUF 3RD vs. PASS
CLE 25TH PTS; BUF 3RD PTS ALLOWED
BUF T18TH TO/TA; CLE 28TH TO-TA
Browns lead all-time series 12-9-0, but Bills have won last 2 games vs. Browns, (4 of last 5), including 33-13 win at Buffalo in most recent game Dec. 18, 2016.
BILLS continued to take advantage of a soft season-opening schedule, running over the lowly Redskins 24-9 in Week 9 at home. Buffalo is off to best start since going 7-1 in 1993. But skeptics can point out the Bills’ six wins have come against teams that entered Week 9 games with a combined 7-31 record.
BILLS didn’t exactly ease concerns following an inconsistent performance in Week 9 against an opponent that has already changed coaches and turned to rookie QB Dwayne Haskins with starter Case Keenum in the NFL’s concussion protocol.
BILLS offense gained only 268 total yards but converted 6-of-12 3rd downs and avoided making any turnovers, while defense limited Skins to 243 total yards and 2-of-11 3rd-down conversions and registered 4 sacks by 4 different defenders but zero takeaways.
After leading 17-3 following its first three possessions, BILLS allowed Washington to cut it to eight before rookie RB Devin Singletary scored on a 2-yard run with 2:21 left.
BILLS’ run defense started Week 9 game by continuing its porous performance from a week earlier, when it allowed a season-worst 218 yards rushing in a 31-13 loss to Philadelphia. But the defense responded in the second half by limiting Washington to 78 yards of offense and a field goal.
BILLS QB Josh Allen went 14-of-20 for 160 yards with a 6-yard touchdown pass to WR Cole Beasley and a 1-yard plunge for his 4th rushing TD of the season. Allen also had 2 fumbles, none of which he lost. He has registered multiple fumbles in 4 games this season. Allen also has 7 INTs total, but in last 3 games, he has a 5-0 TD-INT ratio.
Up 17-9, BILLS finally put the game away in the final six minutes, starting with CB Tre’Davious White sacking Haskins for a 9-yard loss. That forced Washington to punt from its own 4 to set up Singletary’s score on the following drive.
Singletary finished with a season-best 95 yards rushing and 140 yards from scrimmage — the most for BILLS since LeSean McCoy had 147 two years ago. The rookie took advantage of his most playing time this season, appearing to displace veteran Frank Gore as Buffalo’s featured running back.
Gore (11-15 rushing in Week 9) was stopped for no gain on 3 consecutive snaps from Washington’s 1 before Allen scored on 4th down in the 2nd quarter. Gore was stopped once again on 4th-and-1 at Washington’s 24 to end BILLS’ first drive of the 3rd quarter. In the 4th quarter, Gore was dropped for a 3-yard loss on 3rd-and-1 from Buffalo’s 31.
WR John Brown led BILLS’ receiving corps in Week 9 win with 4-76 receiving on 7 targets with a long of 25.
Check status of BILLS LB Maurice Alexander (knee; DNP in Week 9).
Head coach Freddie Kitchens is feeling increased heat after BROWNS again came up short 24-19 in lackluster Week 9 road loss to a Broncos team featuring a quarterback (Brandon Allen) making his first career start.
BROWNS continue to have all kinds of nagging issues besides being a major disappointment the first half of the season.
BROWNS S Jermaine Whitehead was released Monday after sending threatening posts on Twitter following the loss to Denver. The team issued a statement saying Whitehead’s social-media posts were “totally unacceptable and highly inappropriate.”
In addition, BROWNS WRs Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry were ordered to change their cleats at halftime in Denver because they didn’t conform with league’s dress code, and Beckham later expressed frustration walking off field after a late 4th-down pass didn’t come his way.
Asked if BROWNS were headed in right direction, Beckham said to check back later. “Once we put a complete game together, you can come back and ask me,” said Beckham, who had 5 catches for 87 yards. “We’ll see. It’s just tough. When you don’t play a complete game and (have) stuff left on the field, or plays left on the table, it’s hard to beat any team.”
BROWNS outgained Broncos 351-302 in Week 9 loss, but they were outrushed 127-90 and converted only 6-of-17 3rd- and 4th downs.
QB Baker Mayfield continued to have problems getting BROWNS’ offense on the same page (one TD in 5 trips to the red zone). He threw for 272 yards and one TD (90.7 QB rating), but he couldn’t convert a 4th-and-short on a QB sneak at the Broncos 5 with 5:23 left in the third.
BROWNS pulled to 24-19 on Landry’s 9-yard TD catch after a debatable pass- interference on a third-down incompletion gave Mayfield a new set of downs inside the 10. The Browns reached Denver’s 28 with 3:23 left and called their last timeout before Mayfield’s pass to Landry was broken up on fourth-and-4.
Landry had 6-51-1 receiving on 13 targets and a long of 19, and RB Nick Chubb led BROWNS’ rushing attack with 20-65 and a long of 11, in addition to catching 4 passes for 26 yards on 5 targets.
Rookie WILL LB Mack Wilson led BROWNS defense in Week 9 with a sack, 2 TFLs, a PB and team-high 5 total tackles. Defense’s tackling left a lot to be desired, most notably on Denver TE Noah Fant’s 75-yard catch-and-run TD.
BROWNS PK Austin Seibert did his part in Week 9, connecting on 4-of-4 FGs (39. 30, 37, 30).
Check status of BROWNS TE Ricky Seals-Jones, who left in 2nd quarter in Week 9 with knee injury; DE Olivier Vernon, who left with leg injury in 4th quarter; Ss Damarious Randall (hamstring; DNP in Week 9) and Eric Murray (knee; DNP in Week 9); TE Pharaoh Brown (concussion; DNP in Week 9); and DT Daniel Ekuale (calf; DNP in Week 9).
Arizona (3-5-1; 6-3 ATS) at Tampa Bay (2-6; 2-6 ATS)
Early line: Bucs (minus-4.5 points). Total: (52)
AZ 20TH OFF; TB 23RD DEF
AZ 14TH RUN; TB 1ST vs. RUN
AZ 19TH PASS; TB 31ST vs. PASS
AZ 19TH PTS; TB 31ST PTS ALLOWED
TB 13TH OFF; AZ 30TH DEF
TB 19TH RUN; AZ 24TH vs. RUN
TB 7TH PASS; AZ 29TH vs. PASS
TB 4TH PTS; AZ 29TH PTS ALLOWED
AZ T9TH TO/TA; TB 26TH TO-TA
Cardinals lead all-time series 11-9-0 and have won last 3 games in series, most recently outscoring Bucs 38-33 at Arizona Oct. 15, 2017.
CARDINALS are still trending upward despite 28-25 Week 9 Thursday-night home loss to NFC West division-leading Niners, continuing to fight hard, play entertaining football, enjoy some good moments and show a lot of promise.
CARDINALS rookie head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s version of the “Air Raid” offense has evolved through the season’s first two months, and he’s proven capable of adapting to strengths of different personnel despite injuries along the offensive line and at running back. Arizona gained 357 total yards vs. Niners, including 153 rushing (6.7 ypc).
CARDINALS first-round rookie QB Kyler Murray continued to raise eyebrows in Week 9 prime-time performance, completing 17-24-241-2 TDs-0 INTs (130.7 QB rating) while getting sacked 3 times and adding 5-34 rushing with a long of 21.
CARDINALS’ Murray has thrown for 2,229 yards, 9 TDs and 4 INTs and run for 313 yards, showing the dual-threat ability that made him such an intriguing prospect. Murray hasn’t thrown an INT in 5 straight games. He shows uncommon poise in the pocket and rarely makes bad decisions that lead to turnovers.
CARDINALS couldn’t have asked for a better debut from newly acquired RB Kenyan Drake, who ran for a team-high 110 yards and caught four passes for 52 yards 72 hours after arriving in Arizona after a trade with Miami. Drake provided exceptional relief for injury-riddled Arizona running corps missing David Johnson and Chase Edmonds.
CARDINALS offense got another immediate boost in Week 9 game from rookie WR Andy Isabella, who has been buried on the depth chart for much of the season but broke out with a stunning 88-yard TD catch to pull AZ within 28-25 in the fourth quarter.
CARDINALS coaches and teammates have raved about Isabella’s speed since he arrived in Arizona, and this was the first time it became evident in a game. The 5-foot-9, 188-pound caught Murray’s pass and then accelerated past the 49ers secondary for his first career TD.
CARDINALS defense allowed Niners 411 total yards (310 yards and 4 TDs passing) and continued to have frustrating problems in 3rd-down situations, allowing SF to convert 11-of-17 in Week 9 loss.
CARDINALS CB Patrick Peterson has been one of the NFL’s elite defensive players over the past several years, but he had a tough game vs. 49ers, getting beat on several throws. Peterson missed the season’s first six games after being suspended for violating the NFL’s policy on performance enhancers.
CARDINALS EDGE Chandler Jones ranked 3rd in league in sacks with 9 ½ entering Week 9 weekend games after registering a sack and 2 hurries vs. SF, while LB Jordan Hicks had league-leading 89 tackles after making 10 total tackles for 2nd game in row. Hicks has at least 9 tackles in 7 of Arizona’s 9 games.
CARDINALS’ Kingsbury was optimistic that Johnson (ankle) will be able to play Sunday vs. Bucs, but he said it was unlikely that Edmonds (hamstring) would return. Check status of ORT Justin Murray (knee), who missed the 49ers game and was considered “day-to-day” at this writing.
BUCS came up just short in Week Nine 40-34 road loss in overtime to Seahawks for their 4th straight loss, despite an excellent effort by QB Jamies Winston.
For most of the game, Winston more than held his own matched up against Seattle’s Russell Wilson. Even when Winston made a critical mistake in the fourth quarter — his only blunder of the game — he responded immediately by leading BUCS on a scoring drive.
But when overtime arrived, Winston never left the sideline as Wilson marched Seattle down the field and eventually handed the BUCS another painful loss.
It was the second straight week the BUCS had a lead entering the fourth quarter and were unable to close it out. In Week 8 against the Titans, TB committed two turnovers and gave the ball away on downs in the fourth quarter.
BUCS led 21-7 in the second quarter and later answered with an impressive touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter after Seattle had taken the lead. But no matter what Winston did, he was a helpless bystander as Wilson led the Seahawks to a 40-34 win in overtime.
Winston finished 29-of-44 for 335 yards and two TD passes in the first half (103.9 QB rating). He combined with BUCS WR1 Mike Evans to expose major holes in Seattle’s secondary, and Winston’s only major mistake was a fumble early in the 4th quarter that led to a field goal for the Seahawks.
Evans, who is ranked 2nd in league in receiving yards with 842 (105.2 ypg; 16.8 ypc), had a season-high 12 catches for 180 yards and a TD on 16 targets in Week 9 and now has 32 receptions for 474 yards over the BUCS’ past 3 games.
RB Ronald Jones led BUCS’ 26-99-2 ground game with 18-67-1 and a long of 15, and WR Chris Godwin, who ranks 5th in the league in receiving yards with 766 (95.8 ypg; 14.2 ypc), had 7-61 receiving on 9 targets and a long of 18.
Winston was at his best in the first half when he threw TDs of 15 yards to WR Breshad Perriman, off a deflection, and 5 yards to Evans. The BUCS were 5-of-7 on third downs in the first half and scored TDs on 3 of their first 4 possessions in building a 21-point lead.
But the touchdowns disappeared until BUCS’ final drive of regulation. Winston was 4-of-6 for 64 yards and had a 5-yard scramble run to convert a key fourth down.
RB Dare Ogunbowale scored on a 1-yard run with 48 seconds left to pull BUCS within 34-33. But rather than going for the 2-point conversion, head coach Bruce Arians opted to play for overtime with the extra point.
BUCS defense allowed Seahawks 492 total yards and registered 3 sacks and one takeaway in Week 9. ILB Devin White had a half-sack, 2 FFs, 2 hurries and a team-high 12 tackles, and S Jordan Whitehead had a FR, a PB and 7 tackles.
BUCS lost a pair of starters and a key reserve in the first half in Week 9. CB Carlton Davis suffered a hip injury on Seattle’s opening drive and did not return. OLB Carl Nassib was lost early in 2nd quarter because of a groin injury, and Nassib’s backup, Anthony Nelson, injured his hamstring in the 2nd quarter and was immediately ruled out (check statuses).
Also check status of BUCS TE O.J. Howard (hamstring; DNP in Week 9).
Miami (1-7; 4-4 ATS) at Indianapolis (5-3; 4-3-1 ATS)
Early line: Colts (minus-10.5 points). Total: (44.5)
MIA 30TH OFF; IND 14TH DEF
MIA 31ST RUN; IND 18TH vs. RUN
MIA 29TH PASS; IND 15TH vs. PASS
MIA 30TH PTS; IND 17TH PTS ALLOWED
IND 21ST OFF; MIA 29TH DEF
IND 9TH RUN; MIA 31ST vs. RUN
IND 23RD PASS; MIA 20TH vs. PASS
IND 17TH PTS; MIA 32ND PTS ALLOWED
MIA 32ND TO/TA; IND T18TH TO-TA
Dolphins lead all-time series 47-27-0, but Colts have won last 2 games vs. Miami (6 of last 7), most recently edging Dolphins 27-24 at Indy in Week 12 last season, as Colts rallied from 24-14 deficit to win on PK Adam Vinatieri’s 32-yard FG with no time remaining.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three touchdown passes, two of them to rookie WR Preston Williams, and the DOLPHINS got their first win of the season in Week 9 by beating former head coach Adam Gase and the Jets 26-18 on Sunday at home.
But DOLPHINS’ win was costly, as Williams suffered a season-ending knee injury. Williams was a pleasant surprise. He has 32 receptions, which leads the Dolphins and is tied for the most among rookie WRs in the NFL. He also leads Miami with 428 yards receiving, and his PR average of 11.5 yards is the best by any player with at least 10 returns this year.
DOLPHINS led for the final 36 minutes, 14 seconds in Week 9. Entering game, they had led for a total of 3 minutes, 46 seconds in their first four home games of 2019 combined.
DOLPHINS offense gained only 316 total yards (only 50 rushing) and allowed 4 sacks but converted 6-of-12 3rd downs, while defense limited Jets to 321 total yards and registered 3 sacks and one takeaway.
Fitzpatrick completed 24-of-36 passes for 288 yards (118.8 QB rating), and led the DOLPHINS to their highest point total of the season in Week 9 win. It was also Miami’s fourth straight win over the Jets — the first three of those coming with Gase being the coach on the winning side.
Fitzpatrick’s TD throws to Williams (5-72-2 receiving on 9 targets) went for 12 and 5 yards, and WR DeVante Parker (4-57-1 on 6 targets) caught a 17-yard scoring pass. All three came in the second quarter, as DOLPHINS turned 7-0 deficit into a 21-7 lead.
DOLPHINS TE Mike Gesicki was targeted six times and made six catches for 95 yards in Week 9 — both of those being career highs.
DOLPHINS’ Week 9 defensive leaders were CBs Nik Needham, who had a sack and team-high 9 tackles, and Jomal Wiltz, who had an INT and 8 tackles.
DOLPHINS RB1 Mark Walton was suspended Monday without pay for the next four games for violating NFL conduct and substance abuse policies. Walton became a starter in Week 5 and leads the Dolphins with 201 yards rushing.
Kalen Ballage, who has rushed for just 70 yards in 35 carries this year, will likely replace Walton as the starter for DOLPHINS on Sunday at Indianapolis. Last week the Dolphins traded RB Kenyan Drake to Arizona, even with Walton’s suspension looming.
Check status of DOLPHINS S Reshad Jones (chest; DNP in Week 9), C Daniel Kilgore (knee; DNP in Week 9) and CB Ken Webster (ankle; DNP in Week 9).
In DOLPHINS’ Week 12 loss to Colts last season, QB Ryan Tannehill (signed with Titans) had 17-25-204-2 TDs-0 INTs (119.4 QB rating) and 3-14 rushing and a long of 9, RB Frank Gore (signed with Bills) had 14-67 rushing and a long of 23, Drake had 8-32-1 rushing and a long of 14 (TD) and 5-64-1 receiving on 6 targets and a long of 33 and CB Xavien Howard had 2 INTs, 3 PBs and 5 tackles.
COLTS dropped out of first place in AFC South and now trail Texans by a half-game after 26-24 Week 9 road loss lowlighted by Vinatieri’s missed 43-yard field goal attempt with 1:14 remaining and the loss of QB Jacoby Brissett, who left in the second quarter with a left-knee injury and did not return (check status).
COLTS entered Week 9 having won five of six by a combined 19 points. Each of the Colts’ eight games this season has been decided by a touchdown or less.
COLTS head coach Frank Reich described Brissett’s injury as a sprain. Brissett tested the knee during the game but said it wasn’t worth the risk to return to the field. Reich told reporters on his weekly conference call that Brissett was feeling better than expected but that no decision would be made on his availability this Sunday until later this week.
Veteran Brian Hoyer replaced Brissett and threw for 168 yards and three scores, but his pick-six to CB Minkah Fitzpatrick late in the 2nd quarter helped the Steelers get off the mat, as the COLTS lost for the first time in a month.
Vinatieri’s FG miss that would have put COLTS ahead with clock winding down was an ugly, low snap-hook that went nowhere near the uprights in the open end of Heinz Field. Earlier, the Steelers blocked his PAT attempt in 3rd quarter. The 47-year-old managed to get the ball over a sea of outstretched hands, but the NFL all-time leading scorer’s 707th career attempt started left and stayed left.
A week after his 55-yarder in the waning seconds against Denver propelled the COLTS to their third straight victory, Vinatieri could only shrug his shoulders after missing his fifth FG of the season in 17 attempts, his most in any season since 2012.
COLTS outgained Steelers 328-273 in Week 9 loss, but they had 3 costly turnovers and five sacks allowed by an O-line that lost C Ryan Kelly in the first quarter with what the team called a “burner” (check status).
RB Marlon Mack led COLTS’ 29-139 ground game with 21-89 rushing, while WR Zach Pascal led receiving corps missing injured WR1 T.Y. Hilton (calf; check status) with 5-76-1 on 6 targets and a long of 19.
COLTS’ top defenders in Week 9 were CB Kenny Moore, who had an INT and 8 tackles, and DE Justin Houston, who had a sack-FF-FR and 3 tackles.
COLTS WR Parris Campbell had surgery Monday for a fractured hand. Reich did not say how much time Campbell might miss.
In addition to Brissett and Hilton, check status of COLTS CB Pierre Desir (hamsting; DNP in Week 9).
In COLTS’ Week 12 win over Dolphins last season, QB Andrew Luck (retired) had 30-37-343-3 TDs-2 INTs (109.8 QB rating), Mack had 15-85 rushing and a long of 25 and 2-11 receiving on 2 targets and a long of 7, Hilton had 7-125 receiving on 10 targets and a long of 36, TE Eric Ebron had 5-45-2 receiving on 7 targets and a long of 14 (TD) and LB Darius Leonard had Colts’ only sack and team-high 10 tackles.
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