2. Sidy Sow
It’s well-documented by this point that New England’s offensive line has been ravaged by the injury bug, and rookie OT Sidy Sow is one of the many casualties.
Sow has been dealing with a concussion ever since he made his NFL debut in Week 1 against the Philadephia Eagles. Unfortunately, he couldn’t clear concussion protocol last week, forcing him to deal with his first missed game.
There’s a good chance that the 25-year-old blocker won’t be healthy enough to face the Jets, either.
After being a limited participant at Wednesday’s practice, Sow was completely absent the next day. According to NESN’s Dakota Randall, Sow and CB Marcus Jones (shoulder) were the only players absent from Thursday’s session.
Concussions are no joke and I trust Belichick’s staff to play it safe, especially when it comes to a rookie. The last thing we need to do is put Sow in a situation that worsens the issue.
If we don’t see the Canadian OT at Friday’s practice, chances are he won’t make it to MetLife Stadium.