Chiefs Healthy, Colts Battered

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 26: Matt Cassel of the Kansas City Chiefs passes the ball against the San Francisco 49ers at Arrowhead Stadium on September 26, 2010 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Chiefs won 31-10. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)


The Kansas City Chiefs have been fortunate this season, not just in their number of victories but on the injury front as well.

After 3 games, the Chiefs list only three players on their injury report. DE Tyson Jackson and RT Ryan O’Callaghan are both listed as questionable and safety Reshard Langford is doubtful.

My guess is Jackson will play and that O’Callaghan will be dressed but will back up Barry Richardson at RT. I feel like Richardson has played very well in stead of O’Callaghan and the Chiefs won’t want to mess with that. Richardson is young and has more upside. If he struggles, however, it will be nice t know O’Callaghan is available.

Colts injury reoprt after the jump.

On the other side of the field, the Colts are simply jacked up. Look at this mess courtesy of Stampede Blue.

Out: Bob Sanders, Kavell Conner, and Anthony Gonzalez

Questionable: Joseph Addai (knee), Antoine Bethea (hamstring), Donald Brown (hamstring), Austin Collie (foot) Pierre Garçon (hamstring), Mike Hart (knee), Charlie Johnson (foot), Brandon King (hamstring), Jacob Lacey (foot), and Jamey Richard (shoulder).

Probable: Gary Brackett (back), Jerraud Powers (foot), Clint Session (hamstring), Reggie Wayne (knee).

Word on the street is that Austin Collie will likely miss the game. This is good news for the Chiefs as he has been tearing it up this year.

Though I think the Colts could put me out there and Manning could still get me the ball.

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