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    [2021] NFLHC Key Injuries Special Edition: Regular Season Prelude Special Edition

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    This edition of the key injury report, we cover the teams most affected by injuries that happened during the preseason and what it means for the regular season. I’ll also talk about new injuries from week four of the preseason that have an impact for their teams.

     

    New Orleans Saints Offense:saints:

    Please get Devy some help. With the loss of WR Steve Alexander for the season and Patrick Glass until week twelve, there is essentially nothing left in the Saints offense other than Sean Jenkins. Although seeing Devy and Jenkins put up huge numbers each game would be a spectacle to see, it also hurts them. With the Saints offense being carried by these two players, it makes them completely one dimensional. With no run game, and New Orleans choosing to air it all the time, this makes their offense predictable and defenses will soon catch on and figure out how to stop them.

     

    Baltimore Ravens Offense:ravens:

    Welcome to tight end hell. With the loss of top tight ends Danny Patrick and Floyd Arnold, the offensive weaponry has become very thin. Couple that with the recent trade of QB Reggie Watkins to New England to begin the Fisher era, and this offense is currently in a hot mess. Losing Patrick and Arnold means Fisher has to completely rely on David Wells to be his one single security blanket. This offense is also going to need to start to rely on RB Moussa Goode even more to help fill the gaps left by the injured tight ends.

     

    Emmett Spears, RB, Denver Broncos:broncos:, Moderate Foot Fracture

    Sure Spears wasn’t going to start above J.B. Blacknail, but Spears being out for at least the first four weeks of the season is still going to hurt the Broncos. Though it seems that the Broncos are looking to be a more pass-oriented offense, Spears provided solid depth at the running back position for the Broncos, and could have been a great 3rd down option. Spears could’ve been a wildcard for the Broncos this season behind Blacknail, but we have to wait a bit longer to see if that will happen.

     

    Colts Offense:colts:

    Wait, what? Why is the Colts offense on here you ask. Yes, the Colts have a high octane passing attack lead by Aaron Shea, but what about the running attack? Elijah Harden is still recovering from his foot fracture, and by the way the Colts have been handling his injury, it seems like he won’t be coming back until week 3. Watching Shea throw the ball a ton is going to be fun to watch, but losing Harden means the Colts run offense is going to stall. Without Harden, the Colts offense becomes completely one dimensional, and all it takes is a solid secondary to clamp down, and things get rough.

     

    Team Pipe:ko:

    Sure, “Team Pipe” is not considered as one of the 32 teams in the NFL. However, we’re only at the start of the regular season and the pipe is already feasting. Currently, we stand at 30 players who have season ending injuries. With a long season ahead of us, expect that number to start growing. At this rate we are on pace to lose a grand total of 150 players to season ending injuries.

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    Colts Offense:colts:

    Wait, what? Why is the Colts offense on here you ask. Yes, the Colts have a high octane passing attack lead by Aaron Shea, but what about the running attack? Elijah Harden is still recovering from his foot fracture, and by the way the Colts have been handling his injury, it seems like he won’t be coming back until week 3. Watching Shea throw the ball a ton is going to be fun to watch, but losing Harden means the Colts run offense is going to stall. Without Harden, the Colts offense becomes completely one dimensional, and all it takes is a solid secondary to clamp down, and things get rough.

     

    Disrepsect of Keyshawn Polsfoot, the best 73 RB out there. 

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