Week three was quite exciting. There were so many injuries in week two that I am happy to announce they were not as many significant injuries in week three. With many of the top players already banged up including Saquon Barkley, Christian McCaffrey, Michael Thomas, Chris Godwin, Devante Adams, and Julio Jones dealing with injuries over the past 10 days.
They were a couple of concussions to two wide receivers that ended their day’s early, including Diontae Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Russell Gage of the Atlanta Falcons.
The largest injury of the day appears to be a torn ACL for the recently extended Chicago Bears running back to Tarik Cohen. An MRI in the morning should confirm the unfortunate season ending injury.
The injuries continue to mount for the Philadelphia Eagles, already struggling with rookie Jalen Reagor‘s recent thumb injury, add in some miss time with Miles Sanders, a soon to return Alshon Jeffery and now add Dallas Goedert, who is dealing with a foot/ankle injury that could sign Hiren him a couple weeks depending on the imaging. DeSean Jackson also left the game early with a hamstring injury which I believe he was already dealing with but we aggravated.