In just his second game this season, Thomas caught seven passes for 78 yards and his first touchdown as a Jag. His addition to the offense vaults Jacksonville's explosive potential. Thomas missed the first four weeks of the season after undergoing finger surgery.
Robinson, who is becoming a weekly playmaker in Year 2, added six receptions for 86 yards and a score. He has nine-plus targets in five straight games.
Here's the rest of Monday's injury news:
- The Patriots found out some good news as it relates to Sunday night's injuries against the Colts. Left tackle Marcus Cannon (toe) and defensive end Jabaal Sheard (ankle) have injuries that can be considered as minor, according to Rapoport, per a source informed of their injuries. Cannon will have an MRI as a precaution.
- Titans rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota has a sprained MCL, according to coach Ken Whisenhunt. NFL Media's Rand Getlin reported it's a Grade-2 sprain, via a source briefed on the injury. The team will see how he progresses day to day before ruling on his status for this week. The Titans are optimistic he could play Sunday against the Falcons, Rapoport reported.