Kansas City released its injury report for tomorrow's game against the Colts, and it doesn't look like the bye week will be enough to have them at full health. Both Sammy Watkins and Spencer Ware are questionable after practicing only on a limited basis all week.

Watkins (foot) and Ware (hamstring) couldn't necessarily be counted on for a major role even if they're active. Kansas City has received great production from Damien Williams at running back, and he'll probably start and get most of the work even if Ware plays. Ware was actually practicing fully before Week 17 before being inactive; perhaps he had a setback, or perhaps he's just not viewed as overly important.

Watkins missed six of the team's final seven games. Kansas City has Chris Conley, Demarcus Robinson and even Kelvin Benjamin available for snaps. Talent downgrade from Watkins, but doesn't seem like he can be counted on.

Reason to believe Indianapolis can spring the upset in this game, as well as they've been playing. The betting line hasn't moved in that direction during the week, though; opened with Kansas City favored by 4.5, quickly went to 5.5, and has stayed there. But we'll see what happens tomorrow.

The Colts look pretty much healthy on offense; no Ryan Grant, but that doesn't matter. Dontrelle Inman was removed from the injury report; he'll be the No. 2. On defense, safety Malik Hooker has a foot injury and didn't practice all week; he's questionable. Standout rookie Darius Leonard shows up with shoulder and ankle injuries. He practiced fully on Wednesday, then didn't practice at all on Thursday, which is a little odd. But he isn't listed on the injury report, so he's playing.

In the Saturday night game, it doesn't look like either Cole Beasley or Blake Jarwin can be counted on for Dallas. They both have ankle injuries, and neither one practiced all week. The Rams are healthy; Todd Gurley (knee) is good to go after practicing fully on Thursday.

--Andy Richardson