This column is meant to offer our best predictions on what players will/will not play, as of 11 AM ET on Saturday. For the official active/inactive reports, please see our Latest NFL Player News.
We're one step closer to the Super Bowl now that four teams fell by the wayside in last week's Wild Card round, and the health outlook for this weekend's Divisional Round battles is relatively bright. There are some big names on the injury report, but all but one, Will Fuller, are firmly trending toward playing, while Fuller himself is shaping up as a 50/50 proposition. The 49ers are also getting three strong IDP performers back, and the quarterback position sees all eight of this weekend's starters carrying a clean bill of health. Without further ado, let's plug into the latest as of Saturday morning:
The Ravens' Mark Ingram II (calf) is questionable for Saturday night's Divisional Round matchup versus the Titans after working back to a limited practice Thursday. Early Saturday morning reports indicate Ingram is expected to play against Tennessee, but that he'll be monitored closely for potential reinjury. The weather report for the contest, which includes a 90 percent chance of rain alongside heavy winds, could lead to even more caution with respect to Ingram's use and offer Gus Edwards and Justice Hill a chance to see more complementary carries than usual.
The Texans' Will Fuller V (groin) is questionable for Sunday's Divisional Round battle versus the Chiefs after