Dose: Kobe & Melo struggling

Dose: Kobe & Melo struggling
Kobe was back in action on Sunday, but took only 10 shots, while Carmelo left early with more knee pain. Dose breaks down six games.
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Coach Mike Tomlin said Le'Veon Bell's right knee injury is "not anything major."

Bell has been diagnosed with a scary hyperextension, but no ligament damage. He was able to walk without crutches in the locker room after the game and was not in a brace. Still, hyperextensions can be multi-week injuries in certain cases, leaving Bell questionable for Saturday night's Wild Card game against the Ravens. The Steelers were forced to turn to UDFA Josh Harris following Bell's injury Sunday night.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 29 - 7:50 AM

A.J. Green is in the concussion protocol.

Green battled through his badly bruised bicep on Sunday night, but wasn't himself as he dropped passes and lost a devastating fourth quarter fumble when the ball was ripped out of his hands. Right after that fumble, he took a shot the head from Steelers S Mike Mitchell. Green will be in a race to get cleared ahead of Sunday's Wild Card game at Indy.
Dec 29 - 7:44 AM
Rex Ryan - DT - Jets

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Jets owner Woody Johnson plans to "move swiftly" on Monday, firing both coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik.

Per Mort, Johnson doesn't want to keep Rex twisting in the wind. It would be an inglorious end to what's ultimately been a successful tenure for Ryan in the Big Apple, but one that's been a fait accompli since early in the season. Ryan is a good head coach, but has routinely been felled by dysfunctional offenses. That's not all his fault, of course, but no one can fault the Jets for making a change after four straight 8-8 or worse seasons. Ryan will likely be in high demand if/when he's let go, however. Ryan is reportedly dead set against being a coordinator, so we'd guess he'll head into television if a head-coaching gig doesn't materialize.
Dec 29 - 1:00 AM

Heath Miller had three catches for 41 yards in Week 17 against the Bengals.

He was targeted seven times, behind only Antonio Brown. Miller was held out of the end-zone for the third straight week and couldn't come down with a red-zone look in the second quarter. He finishes the season with a 66/761/3 line. The Steelers play the Ravens in the first round of the playoffs.
Dec 29 - 12:50 AM

Jermaine Gresham caught three passes for 20 yards and a touchdown in Week 17 against the Steelers.

Gresham missed the majority of the first half with a back injury. He was a non-factor outside of a five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Gresham finishes the season with 62 catches, 460 yards, and five touchdowns. He graded out as the best pass-blocking tight end in the league by Pro Football Focus.
Dec 29 - 12:44 AM

Markus Wheaton had three catches for 17 yards in Sunday night's Week 17 win over the Bengals.

Wheaton played in the majority of two-wide sets over Martavis Bryant. He finished with only four targets and remains no higher than the No. 5 option. Wheaton will take a 53/644/2 line into Saturday's Wild Card game against Ravens.
Dec 29 - 12:40 AM

Mohamed Sanu caught one pass for 16 yards in Sunday night's Week 17 loss to the Steelers.

It was his only target of the game. Sanu has managed just seven catches over the last four games. With A.J. Green in the concussion protocol, he could be forced into an expanded role for next Sunday's matchup with the Colts.
Dec 29 - 12:37 AM

Martavis Bryant had one catch for 21 yards and a touchdown in Week 17 against the Bengals.

Bryant's touchdown came on a screen pass in the second quarter. He played behind Markus Wheaton in two-wide sets, finishing with just two targets. Bryant's rookie season ends with a 26/549/8 line over 10 games (two starts). The Steelers take on the Ravens in the Wild Card round.
Dec 29 - 12:30 AM
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