According to reports, Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines will suit up for the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7. According to George Bremer and head coach Frank Reich, Taylor’s condition is “looking positive.” Reich continued, “I’m feeling upbeat about Nyheim.”
Despite missing both of their starting running backs in Week 6, the Colts defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-27. In their absence, backup running back Deon Jackson ran for 42 yards and scored a touchdown. However, Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines’ returns are something the Colts are eagerly anticipating. Recently, after both running backs participated in practise, their chances of playing increased.
When healthy, Jonathan Taylor is perhaps the best running back in the NFL. In just 4 games so far in 2022, he has ran for 328 yards. The Colts are currently 3-2-1, and they are hoping that JT can take them to the postseason.
Hines is a fantastic backup choice. With 18 catches for 118 yards, he has been a vital cog in the Colts’ passing strategy out of the backfield.
In Week 7, the Colts will play the Tennessee Titans in a crucial game. In this game, the AFC South title is on the line.
It should go without saying that having both Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines available will be extremely advantageous for Indianapolis. Given that the Colts are only averaging 26 points per game this year, they will rely on Taylor’s proficiency in the end zone.
As they prepare to face the Titans in Week 7, Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines’ health will be closely watched.
Jonathan Taylor receives good news ahead of the Colts’ Week 7 matchup with the Titans, as originally published on ClutchPoints.