OG - IND - Questionable
Week 2 Outlook
Colts star guard Quenton Nelson (foot, back) missed practice on Thursday.
This was the second consecutive DNP designation for Nelson, who is the best player on Indianapolis' offensive line. He underwent foot surgery during the preseason but was able to suit up against the Seahawks in Week 1. If he can't play on Sunday, members of both the Colts' passing and running games would see their fantasy stocks take a hit.
Colts offensive guard Quenton Nelson is officially active for the team's Week 1 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
This isn't that big of a surprise since this is the direction this was trending all week, but new quarterback Carson Wentz will now have one of the league's best offensive guards blocking for him in his debut.
Colts star guard Quenton Nelson (back, foot) has been cleared to start on Sunday against the Seahawks.
Nelson was questionable due to his pair of injuries but is now scheduled to start on Sunday. Having both Nelson and Carson Wentz (foot) healthy will be huge for second-year running back Jonathan Taylor, who ranks sixth among running backs in ECR this week. Nelson's presence will also benefit Wentz, who is flying under the radar at QB25.
Colts OL Quenton Nelson (foot, back) got in a "limited" practice on Thursday.
It's a step in the right direction after Nelson didn't practice at all on Wednesday. His presence on Sunday would be big for Jonathan Taylor and the Colts offense as a whole.
Quenton Nelson did not practice on Wednesday.
The Colts are still hopeful that Nelson will be able to play on Sunday, but he likely will need to practice on Thursday in some capacity to have a good chance. Carson Wentz is a full participant in practice so he will be out there. The Colts will certainly want Nelson out there protecting Wentz.