The Kansas City Chiefs will look to extend their winning streak to five games this afternoon when the Miami Dolphins come to Arrowhead Stadium.
Let’s take a look at the injury report for both sides heading into today’s matchup.
Bush, Reggie RB probable
Carroll, Nolan CB probable
Clemons, Chris S probable
Colombo, Marc T probable
Davis, Vontae CB Out
Merling, Philip DE Out
Gates, Clyde WR probable
Incognito, Richie T questionable
Jones, Reshad S questionable
Langford, Kendall questionable
Moore, Matt QB probable
Odrick, Jared DT probable
Thomas, Daniel RB questionable
Chiefs Injury Report after the break.
Arenas, Javier DB Questionable
McGraw, Jon S Doubtful
Ouch. The Chiefs are relatively healthy but losing McGraw puts them really, really shallow at safety. Don’t underestimate the impact McGraw has made in run support this season. What’s more, without him in the lineup, Donald Washington and Shabby Piscitelli will have to pick up the slack.
Washington has played alright when called in to play a little coverage but I’m not sure he is someone we want to see a lot of.
Piscitelli is so bad that he has been averaging about one snap per-game the last few weeks.
The good news is that the Chiefs are playing the Dolphins. Other than Brandon Marshall, Miami doesn’t really have a ton of big-threat wide receivers. If Piscitelli and Washington can just make solid tackles and avoid colossal mistakes, Brandon Flowers and Brandon Carr should be able to hold things down.
Hopefully Arenas, who is dealing with an ankle problem, will be able to go.
We’ll have the inactives 90-minutes before kickoff.