Tennessee Titans Week 14 Injury Report
Week 14 will be a challenge for the Tennessee Titans, and that’s putting it nicely. They need a win and they know it. The last time the Titans met the Indianapolis Colts there was a lot left on the field. Hopefully the Titans will be about to channel some of their energy in getting a game that they really should have in the bag.
They cannot afford to lose another game, especially against a division rival. Call me repetitive but it is true. It’s plain and simple. They need to win. There is no way that the organization will not be making some big moves this offseason. There is just something not clicking. And they need to figure it out.
One part that they need to work on is their injury report. There are many guys that are continually on the report that may or may not play that week. The fact that so many players are inconsistently healthy plays a big part into how the team preforms.
The following players were listed on the injury report as of late Friday afternoon for week 14. The following players are officially ruled out; guard Steve Hutchinson (knee) who will be out for the season, linebacker Colin McCarthy (concussion) and wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring). Wide receiver Kenny Britt (knee), tight end Jared Cook (neck), wide receiver Jamie Harper (ankle), quarterback Jake Locker (shoulder), and wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring) are all listed as probable.
Questionable players include wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins (ankle), tackle Michael Roos (knee) and defensive end Kamerion Wimbley (toe).
The Titans and Colts kick off Sunday December 9 at noon central time.
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