Damien Harris out for Patriots on Sunday

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The Patriots had a long list of questionable players for Sunday’s game at Miami. At least one of them can now be called out.

Mike Reiss of ESPN.com report that running back Damien Harris has been ruled out due to an ankle injury. Sony Michel will start in his place.

Harris leads the Patriots in rushing this season. He has gained 691 yards on 137 carries, scoring a pair of touchdowns.

Not on the injury report as of Wednesday, Harris appeared on Thursday’s report with an ankle injury.

A third-round pick from Alabama in 2019, Harris appeared in only two games as a rookie. He has started 10 games this season.

The 6-7 Patriots have yet to be eliminated from the playoffs, but the final nail is coming — even if they upset the Dolphins on Sunday. And, yes, it’s strange to articulate in writing the notion that the Patriots beating the Dolphins would be an upset.

7 responses to “Damien Harris out for Patriots on Sunday

  1. I would never want to say that the loss of 1 player has changed this team radically even though they have the best coach, owner, locker room, brand, and winning formula in the NFL, but….

    The loss of 1 player has changed this team radically even though they have the best coach, owner, locker room, brand, and winning formula in the NFL.

  2. The loss of 1 player has changed this team radically even though they have the best coach, owner, locker room, brand, and winning formula in the NFL.
    ………………………………
    Yeah, that &, a pandemic, opt outs, once again having all your team pillaged by other teams on key players, no preseason & virtual training camps & bringing in a new QB near the beginning of the season that had no prior experience that was coming off a major injury had absolutely nothing to do with that….

  3. touchback6 says:
    December 19, 2020 at 5:58 pm
    it says you have no qb during a pandemic and rebuild

    ——

    Did you see that despite your guarantees, the Bills won the AFCE ?

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