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Three key Colts are questionable to play Sunday against the Rams

by Mike Spector | Rams Correspondent |
Thu, Sep 16th 10:30am EDT

The Indianapolis Colts have three key starters questionable for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. (Zak Keefer)

Betting Impact:

On defense, linebacker Darius Leonard (ankle) and cornerback Xavier Rhodes (calf) did not practice Wednesday, while George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reported that offensive tackle Braden Smith hurt his foot last week and will have to be monitored. Smith's loss would be massive, considering the offensive line had trouble protecting Carson Wentz against the Seahawks as it was. In addition, the team could really use the services of Rhodes, as their secondary was torched by Tyler Lockett, specifically, for 100 yards and two touchdowns last week. Indianapolis' question marks surrounding two key defensive players could be a factor in why the total has risen from 47.5 to 48 points in the last 24 hours.

Game: LAR at IND Sun Sep 19th, 1:00pm ET | Categories: Injuries, Line Movements