Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin injured his leg during the third quarter of the Wild Card game against the Houston Texans on Saturday and was ruled out for the remainder of the game. At first it was feared that it may be an ACL injury. J-Mac had two previous knee injuries.
On Sunday, the Chiefs revealed the extent of the injury through Twitter:
Maclin had three catches for 29 yards.
Even if Maclin plays against New England, the Chiefs may rely more on Chris Conley. He caught a nine-yard touchdown late in the game after Maclin left. Conley provided a spark in week 7 against the Steelers when he had six catches for 69 yards when Maclin missed the game with a concussion.