There's good news; there's bad news. According to Phil Richards, the Colts will be without Coby Fleener and Vontae Davis this Sunday. Davis has a sprained knee (glad we got him back, eh?), and Fleener's slightly dislocated his left shoulder. Actually, according to Richards, it's a subluxation, or temporary, partial dislocation of his left shoulder. In other news, I hurt my right index finger while playing guitar yesterday; my roommates will be without the melodic sounds of Crosby, Stills, and Nash for the next two weeks.
On the bright side of life, Robert Mathis may be lining up against Miami.
[Mathis] was a limited practice participant Wednesday and, after missing three games with a sprained left knee, Arians hopes he will play Sunday, barring further problems.
Moala might be back next week, and Richards also has an update on Andrew Luck, who's knee seems to be fine. In a case like that, no news truly is good news. Let's be honest: if Luck goes down, the Colts are dead. Roadkill. You get the picture.