Week 6 Jets-Colts: Injury Report and Analysis

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Robert Mathis (Knee)- Mathis will miss the game rehabbing a knee injury. His counterpart on the line Dwight Freeney will play, but it makes things easier on the Jets line that they only have to account for one of the two. Still, with the offensive line banged up it will be tough regardless.

Donald Brown (Knee)- Brown will be out for two to three weeks after having surgery earlier this week on his knee. This leaves Vick Ballard as the Colts starting running back. Ballard doesn’t have breakaway speed, however he can pick up chunks of yards. The Jets could use a confidence boost on defense and stopping this run game might be the way to do it.

Vontae Davis (Ankle)- Davis is questionable for the game with an ankle injury. If he is missing it can only help the Jets receivers in getting open. Davis is a good cornerback and his absence should allow Sanchez to find some holes in the Colts defensive backfield.

Pat Angerer (Foot)- Angerer is questionable as well, however his replacement Jerrell Freeman has filled in quite admirably in his absence. If Angerer can go along with Freeman, the Jets ground game may continue to struggle as these two are underrated at snuffing out the run.

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