INDIANAPOLIS — The same goes for worrying about any post-season awards, such as Rookie of the Year or Coach of the Year.
"I don’t think it’s the time of year to talk about accolades yet. I think you add those up at the end. There’s enough credit, if you keep winning, there’s enough credit to go around for everybody – Pro Bowls, MVPs, Rookie of the Year – all of that stuff. There’s a time and place for that. Right now, we just got to beat Tennessee," Arians said.
Injury list -- Safety Tom Zbikowski (knee) did not make the trip to Detroit. Offensive guard Joe Reitz (concussion), offensive tackle Winston Justice (concussion), running back Donald Brown (ankle) and outside linebacker Justin Hickman (hamstring) were all injured in the Detroit game and did not return.
“Not much news as far as injury notes. We’re still evaluating everybody as they come in today. We’ll have more news on the injury front on Wednesday," Arians said.
Justice was hurt as he tried to make a tackle after a Luck interception. He blocked on the play. What happened once the play was blown dead drew the ire of several Colts players, including offensive guard Mike McGlynn.
McGlynn said that several Detroit players, including defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, were celebrating Suh's hit on Justice.
“It was a block on an interception. I don’t think it was the block as much as it was the celebration for knocking him out," Arians said. "[The hit] is not on film. But I know that’s why Mike took issue. A bunch of the guys on the sideline saw it and I don’t really have anything to say about it.”