The opening week of the NFL postseason has come and gone and injuries continue to wreak havoc on the League.

In addition to another quarterback injury, there are a number of starters who could be out next week in the Divisional Round:

Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans (Sat.), 4:35 PM

Buffalo Bills

  • Did not play: Levi Wallace, CB, (ankle).
  • No starters left game early due to injury.

Houston Texans

  • Did not play: Will Fuller, WR, (groin); Johnathan Joseph, CB, (hamstring); Tytus Howard, T, (knee/IR); Lamar Miller, RB, (knee/IR).
  • Chris Clark, T, left the game early to be evaluated for a concussion.

Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots (Sat.), 8:15 PM

Tennessee Titans

  • Did not play: Adam Humphries, WR, (ankle); Delanie Walker, TE, (ankle/IR) Malcolm Butler, CB, (wrist).
  • Jayon Brown, LB, left the game early due to a shoulder injury.

New England Patriots

  • Did not play: Jason McCourty, CB, (groin); David Andrews, C, (blood clots/IR) Stephen Gostkowski, K, (hip/IR).
  • Patrick Chung, S, left the game early after suffering a high ankle sprain.

Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints, 1:05 PM

Minnesota Vikings

  • Did not play: Mackensie Alexander, CB, (knee); Mike Hughes, CB, (neck/IR); Ben Gedeon, LB, (concussion/IR).
  • No starters left the game early due to injury.

New Orleans Saints

  • Did not play: Eli Apple, CB, (ankle).
  • Kiko Alonso, LB, left the game early due to a knee injury.

Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles, 4:40 PM

Seattle Seahawks

  • Did not play: Mike Iupati, G, (neck); Malik Turner, WR, (concussion); Duane Brown, T, (biceps/knee); Mychal Kendricks, LB, (knee); Chris Carson, RB, (hip/IR).
  • Ziggy Ansah, DE, left the game early with a neck injury that was later described as a “stinger” by Pete Carroll.

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Did not play: Lane Johnson, T, (ankle); Brandon Brooks, G, (shoulder); Nelson Agholor, WR, (knee); Ronald Darby, CB, (hip/IR); Alshon Jeffery, WR, (foot/IR); Desean Jackson, WR, (abdomen/IR); Malik Jackson, DT, (foot/IR).
  • Carson Wentz, QB, left the game in the first quarter after suffering a concussion.