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MNF injury report: T.Y. Hilton a game-time decision, Jared Cook removed from list

The Colts and Saints have big names on their final injury reports for Week 15 Monday Night Football. We break down the fantasy football implications.

Indianapolis Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton celebrates a first half touchdown against the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium. Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports

The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints wrap up Week 15 on Monday Night Football in a critical game for both teams. The Colts need a win to hang around the AFC wild card race and the Saints need a win to remain in the race for a first round bye.

Both teams are dealing with an assortment of injuries, but are hoping to welcome back some injured players. The Colts announced that wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (calf) is questionable, while the Saints removed Jared Cook (concussion) from the final injury report entirely.

Cook suffered his concussion last week and quickly progressed to full participation in practice. Hilton was limited on Thursday and Friday, and then sat out Saturday’s practice, which does not bode well for Monday.

Fantasy football analysis: Jared Cook, T.Y. Hilton

Cook appears locked in to go. Concussion symptoms can return, so until we get to Monday, that’s something to keep in mind. Josh Hill would start in his place in that case, so keep an eye out for Hill on your waiver wire.

Hilton is a tougher call. The DNP on Saturday could just be playing it safe, but downgrades are concerning. Zach Pascal and Marcus Johnson are the names to keep an eye on if you roll the dice on Hilton and he ends up inactive.