The Indianapolis Colts only had three names on yesterday’s report, but they were big names for certain. T.Y. Hilton, Pierre Desir and Kenny Moore II are all vital to the team’s success, and need to be active to make the Colts a competent player against the New Orleans Saints Monday night.
The Colts need a big boost going into the final three weeks of the season, and a ton of help from the AFC to get themselves a playoff berth.
Today’s report is nearly identical to Thursday’s with the addition of Le’Raven Clark being added due to non-injury related issues. It’s beginning to look like the Colts’ top all-around cornerback may not be able to go Monday with Moore being a non-participant again today.
Desir would be a lot of help for a secondary that has given up 410 passing yards per game over the past three games. Similarly, Hilton — if he can return Monday night — would be a massive help with not only an inexperienced receiving corps, but one with a lot of new faces to the offense.
The Colts will need all hands on deck to match up with the high-power offense, as well as the stingy defense the Saints have been showing throughout the year.