Steelers vs Falcons injury report - NFL Week 13

Steelers vs Falcons injury report for NFL Week 13. The Steelers are in a little worse shape than the Falcons, however, the report isn't that extensive for either team.


The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Atlanta Falcons will meet on Sunday in NFL Week 13. The two teams released their updated injury report on Friday afternoon. Between the two teams, it is the Steelers that have the worst half of the report. One of their major stars is still questionable as of Friday afternoon.

Pittsburgh Steelers injury report Week 13

The Steelers listed thirteen players on their half of the report. However, nine of the players that are on the report were full participants in practice on Friday. That included Minkah Fitzpatrick, who was having a rib problem monitored this week. He is active for the Sunday game.

However, his defensive teammate TJ Watt is questionable for the game with a ribs injury as well. Watt has already missed the large majority of the season with injury so any kind of questionable status has to be taken seriously.

Furthermore, running back Jaylen Warren has been listed as questionable on the report. Lastly, the team will be without their starting cornerback.

Atlanta Falcons injury report Week 13

The Atlanta Falcons had just four names on their half of the report this week. They included Cordarelle Patterson, however, he was only a non-participant in Wednesday's practice and it was for rest reasons. The Falcons have three players who are questionable for the game but only one that is a starter.

The game is a really big one for the Atlanta Falcons. They are 5-7 in a division where there isn't an elite team.

Furthermore, Pittsburgh is not a daunting opponent. If the Falcons can get the win, they will improve to 6-7 and they could hope for other results in their division to go their way. The team has a bye next week and that could set them up to make a late-season charge at making the playoffs. They don't have many injuries right now. If they can get through this week in reasonable shape, then they might be competitive in the tougher games to follow.