NFL injury report, NFC South: Darrelle Revis, Zach Strief hurt

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The division saw its fair share of bumps and bruises in Week 13, including a star name.

The New Orleans Saints took an absolute beating at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night. The only injury however happened to offensive lineman Zach Strief, who left in the second half with a knee injury.

In the Atlanta Falcons' win over the Buffalo Bills, the injuries were minimal with only offensive lineman Lamar Holmes going down with a hip injury. However, Holmes was able to return and seems to be fine as this week moves along.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered more serious problems with cornerback Jose Casillas sustaining a serious knee injury. Casillas has been placed on injured reserve, ending his season. Darrelle Revis missed a majority of the second half with a chest injury but will be okay moving forward.

The Carolina Panthers escaped their win over Tampa Bay without any more injuries. Defensive end Charles Johnson, who missed Sunday's game, has claimed he will return to face the Saints on Sunday night when the two teams battle for the divisional lead.

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