Chiefs vs. Colts 2014, NFL injury report: Jamaal Charles, Justin Houston go down

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City had a mash unit by the end of Saturday's contest, while Indianapolis lost a key member of its secondary.

The Indianapolis Colts enjoyed one of the greatest comebacks of all-time on Saturday, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 45-44 after trailing by 28 points in the third quarter.

However, they also go forward dealing with some injury concerns, chiefly on the defensive side of the ball. Already missing linebacker Pat Angerer for the season, the Colts saw cornerback Greg Toler have to leave the game with a groin injury, per Kevin Bowen.

Kansas City was absolutely decimated in the loss by injuries, contributing to its choke job, Running back Jamaal Charles was lost in the first series because of a concussion, followed by wide receiver Donnie Avery and cornerback Brandon Flowers, who also sustained an apparent concussion.

Outside linebacker Justin Houston also had to leave the game in the second half with a PCL strain and bone bruise, according to Mike Garafolo. Luckily, it does not appear Houston did anything to his ACL.

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