NFC Wild Card Injury Reports: Lions Vs. Saints, Giants Vs. Falcons

I'm used to looking at the Friday injury reports for the Packers. But since they don't have one this weekend, the players are instead hanging out in the Green Bay area, here are the injury reports for the two NFC wild card playoff games.

Lions Vs. Saints: Detroit Battles New Orleans In Wild-Card Round Of Playoffs - SB Nation Detroit. Everyone is expected to play for the Lions, except they might be without backup S Chris Harris (who's started the previous five games). He wasn't expected to start anyway because starting S Louis Delmas is back for his first game since November. For the Saints, they'll be without their fourth leading receiver, WR Lance Moore, who's out with a hamstring injury. Fortunately for the Saints, they have so many weapons that they should be fine.

NFL Playoffs 2012: New York Giants Vs. Atlanta Falcons In Wild-Card Game - SB Nation New York. The Falcons may be without their top cornerback, Brent Grimes, who's questionable with a knee injury. That might open it up even more for Giants wide receivers Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks. Without Grimes, I like the Giants better in this game. The Giants will only be without backup LB Mark Herzlich.

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