RB - IND - IR
Week 13 Outlook
Evan Hull has been diagnosed with a torn meniscus and will miss the remainder of the season.
Hull was placed on IR last week after suffering a serious knee injury, but the initial expectation was that he would be able to return sometime this season. Now, he's being diagnosed with a torn meniscus that will force him to miss the rest of the season. The rookie didn't show much in his limited time, and his absence could lead to Trey Sermon getting some work on the active roster moving forward.
Evan Hull (knee) is expected to be able to make a return at some point during the season.
The Colts placed Hull on injured reserve because of a knee injury, but they expect him to be able to make a return at some point this season. The rookie didn't have a valuable role even before his injury, so his eventual return to this offense probably won't carry major implications for fantasy purposes.
The Indianapolis Colts placed rookie RB Evan Hull on injured reserve, forcing him to miss four games.
Hull was set to work in a rotation with RB Deon Jackson as the Colts faced injury problems in their RB room. Now, after just two touches for seven yards, Hull joins the list of injuries. Jackson becomes the clear RB1 until Zack Moss returns from his broken arm, and Jake Funk has been elevated to their active roster. It's not unlikely the team will look elsewhere for bodies as well.
Colts' rookie RB Evan Hull, who suffered a knee injury during the team's Week 1 defeat vs. Jacksonville, might miss time, according to HC Shane Steichen.
With Hull slated to miss some time and Jonathan Taylor still on the PUP list, Deon Jackson will be slated to be the bonafide starting RB. However, Zack Moss could return as soon as Week 2 against Houston. With QB Anthony Richardson being a significant factor in the running game, it is hard to see any Colts RB being too effective in fantasy football.
Colts RB Evan Hull has been ruled out for the remainder of the game with a knee injury.
Hull finished the game with one rushing yard on one rushing attempt and six receiving yards on one reception. The team should release more information on the injury after the game.