Colts RB Trent Richardson will be a game-time decision due to calf injury
And then there's this from the "Does It Really Matter?" files. Colts running back Trent Richardson has a calf injury that limited him during Thursday's and Friday's practices and has him listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
The Colts' coaches keep standing by the man for whom they traded a first-round pick and saying they will continue to give him a significant amount of work, but they may not have a choice this week if Richardson isn't healthy. Making matters worse -- oh, they can get worse -- the Cardinals have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points to running backs and hasn't allowed any RB to top 60 yards since Week 7. At this point, 60 yards is a breakout for Richardson. He hasn't scored or reached 60 rushing yards since Week 4. He should be on your bench or dropped while Donald Brown is only a low-end flex, assuming Richardson is active.
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