The Indianapolis Colts offense suffered a key loss Sunday, when wide receiver Reggie Wayne went down with a torn ACL, which will cause him to miss the rest of the season.
Wayne was injured on a pass play in the third quarter, when quarterback Andrew Luck’s throw was low, and Wayne attempted to reach down and make a difficult catch. He fell to the turf, immediately clutching his knee, and remained on the field for a couple of minutes before making his way to the sidelines.
Wayne has played in 189 consecutive games, but that streak will now come to an end. In his thirteenth season, all spent with the Colts, Wayne has caught over 1,000 receptions, proving how important he is to the Indianapolis offense.
On the season, Wayne had made 38 receptions for 503 yards and two touchdowns.