"Thank you for all of your prayers and well wishes. I am doing well, unfortunately I'm out for the rest of the season, but I'll be back Next year st8 pressure," Ridley posted on Instagram.
Ridley collapsed and was taken off the field in the third quarter after accounting for five receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown.
Ridley had been playing his best football of the season over his last four games. He had at least five receptions for 75 yards in each of those contests and scored three times, numbers that put him well on pace to top the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career.
The Alabama product seemed to find his comfort in the offense after Atlanta dealt Mohamed Sanu to the New England Patriots prior to the October trade deadline.
With the Falcons well out of playoff contention, this should not have any short- or long-term affect on the team. The severity of Ridley's injury is yet to be reported, but his Instagram post painted an optimistic outlook.
Fantasy owners may be the ones hardest hit by Ridley's absence, as he'd become a reliable WR2 and an elite flex option for the playoffs. Look for Atlanta to go back to the Julio Jones well often over the final couple of weeks.