Sanu had a plus matchup in this one against an abysmal New Orleans defense, so hopefully he is able to return for this Monday Night Football contest. Sanu had three receptions for 31 yards before exiting this game. Consider him questionable to return.
The Nationals have high hopes this postseason, but reaching the places they want to go would be remarkably harder if Ramos isn't behind the plate for the playoffs. Ramos is hitting .307 with 22 home runs and 80 RBI on the season, so it would be a shame to see him go down at this point.
Kluber tossed just 60 pitches through four innings before exiting with right groin tightness. The ace was doing alright before exiting, allowing two earned runs in four innings while striking out three. Consider him questionable for his next start.
What a fall from grace, considering Monroe was just two seasons ago considered one of the emerging big men in the game. Currently he is an overpaid asset, whom the Bucks would love to trade. Expect his name to be popular entering the season and up until the deadline.
Expected to breakout in 2016, Soler appears to be finishing his season just as disappointingly as he started. Sidelined with plenty of injuries throughout, Soler just hasn't had it all year. The Cubs are a deep team, so if he is suffering through anything serious, they will be fine for their inevitable playoff run.
After missing all of last season, Gaines entered training camp this year bothered by a hamstring issue. He has still yet to play in 2016, but will be expected to in Week 4. He will be a welcomed addition to this Rams defensive secondary.
Carpenter has been the Cardinals pace setter for a few years now and losing him during the heat of a playoff run will obviously be detrimental. Expect him to do all he can to fight through the pain, but if he cannot, Greg Garcia is expected to fill in for him going forward.
With Richards choosing alternative stem-cell rehabilitation instead of Tommy John surgery, he appears ahead of anticipated schedule. By no means will he return for 2016, but this hopefully is evidence that Richards will have a full offseason of work and progress as opposed to rehab.