Injuries can swing any NFL game in any team's favor.
Without a few key players, an underdog can quickly morph into the club with a distinct advantage.
The good organizations, ones with depth, typically can play through the injuries and still emerge victorious without a fully healthy lineup.
Keep it locked right here for all of Week 6's injury news in a team-by-team slideshow format for your convenience.
(All statuses courtesy of NECN.com.)
Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb was taken to the locker room after an unknown injury:
Kevin Kolb injured. Looks like John Skelton is coming into the game.
— Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) October 14, 2012
UPDATE: Looks like a torn triceps for Ray Lewis:
Very bad news for Ravens' defense: The team fears torn triceps for LB Ray Lewis and torn ACL for CB Lardarius Webb, according to sources.— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) October 14, 2012
The injury woes for the Baltimore Ravens continue, as it was just revealed Ray Lewis suffered an unknown triceps injury according to the Ravens official Twitter:
Ray Lewis has a triceps injury. That's why he wasn't in the game late in the 4th quarter.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 14, 2012
UPDATE: Jason LaCanfora with a scary update on Webb's injury:
MT @jasonlacanfora: Ravens fearing a torn ACL for top CB Lardarius Webb. Further testing will determine for sure— Brian McIntyre (@brian_mcintyre) October 14, 2012
UPDATE: Haloti Ngata has gone to the locker room with a right knee sprain. His return his questionable.
Lardarius Webb suffered a sprained knee as well. (h/t Baltimore Ravens' Twitter)
Update: DeMarco Murray suffered a sprained foot according to Jason La Canfora via Twitter:
Looks like sprained foot for Dallas RB DeMarco Murray. X-rays negative and MRI scheduled for Monday. Stay with @cbssports.com for updates
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 14, 2012
UPDATE: DeMarco Murray is back on the sidelines for the Cowboys. Foot is wrapped. Has not returned to the field, however. (h/t Yahoo!)
Morris Claiborne down and being attended to by the trainers. Team started second half without running back DeMarco Murray, who's said to have a foot injury (h/t Yahoo!).
According to Jeff Warner on Twitter, Lions defensive back Bill Bentley left the game with an apparent shoulder injury:
Packers cornerback Sam Shields suffered an ankle injury and was helped from the field:
Shields leaves the field, unable to put any weight whatsoever on his right leg. Not positive. Do Texans have bad field, @mcclain_on_nfl?
— Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) October 15, 2012
According to Jason Wilde on Twitter, Packers running back Brandon Saine was carted off the field after being injured on kickoff coverage and will not return:
UPDATE: Sounding like a very serious injury for Smith as he is doubtful to return. Tests will tell us more soon (h/t Jason Wilde via Twitter).
According to Michael Rodney on Twitter, Packers inside linebacker D.J. Smith went down with what looks to be a very serious knee injury. Smith was helped off the field and carted off:
Packers outside linebacker Nick Perry was down on the field with what appeared to be a serious injury, but walked off the field, according to Bill Michaels on Twitter.
Safety Patrick Chung has left the contest with the Seattle Seahawks with a questionable return according to the Patriots official Twitter:
#Patriots Injury Update: Patrick Chung left the game with a shoulder injury & his return is questionable.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) October 14, 2012
The Patriots have lost running back Brandon Bolden to what appears to be a knee injury according to Shalise Manza Young via Twitter:
#Patriots announce Brandon Bolden left game with knee injury...return is questionable
— shalise manza young (@shalisemyoung) October 14, 2012
The Jets lost running back Bilal Powell today to what appears to be a separated shoulder according to Manish Mehta via Twitter:
The preliminary diagnosis on Bilal Powell is that he suffered a disclocated right shoulder, per source. #nyj
— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) October 14, 2012
The Jets also lost running back Joe McKnight to an ankle injury after he ripped off a 61-yard gain:
Joe McKnight is questionable to return with an ankle injury. #nyj— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) October 14, 2012
The Eagles lost starting safety Nate Allen to a hamstring strain today according to Adam Caplan via Twitter:
Nate Allen hamstring strain is the lone injury Reid listed after the game.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) October 14, 2012