Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne is out for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee, according to Adam Schefter.
Wayne was injured on a pass from Andrew Luck in the fourth quarter. The former Miami (Fla.) star went down to the turf to try and dig out a low throw and crumbled, holding his right knee before being helped off the field and into the locker room.
Over at Stampede Blue, Josh Wilson writes about what the loss of Wayne means to the team:
Johnson didn’t quite look like himself against the Cleveland Browns, likely because he wasn’t 100 percent healthy. He was on the sideline quite a bit, and he only had 3 catches for 25 yards. Sunday was a much different story, though. Johnson did look like himself again, and he finished with 9 catches for 155 yards and 2 touchdowns. One of those scores was the result of him out-jumping three defenders, so I think it’s safe to say Megatron is healthy again.
For the Bengals, Sunday’s win was just another example that the franchise has turned a corner, according to Josh Kirkendall at Bengals blog Cincy Jungle. The Bengals overcame several potentially crippling injuries and bad early mistakes to score a defining win.
It wasn’t the scoring that slapped their face with adversity. It was Leon Hall’s Achilles injury that momentarily cut Cincinnati’s sails. Rey Maualuga’s hamstring, Devon Still’s elbow, and Wallace Gilberry’s knee, forcing all of them out of the game. Reggie Nelson, Michael Johnson Cheap Jerseys Toronto and Marvin Jones also suffered injuries, thankfully returning at some point during their respective exits. It was Jermaine Gresham’s multiple penalties that ended possessions, one that resulted in a missed Mike Nugent field goal.
Everything that happened reverts back to the Cheap Jerseys UK old, “these are not the games that the old Bengals would have won.” Like they did against the Bills, the Bengals slapped all of today’s adversity back with the vengeance of a Chuck Norris roundhouse kick.