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According to a team source, Jonathan Taylor is likely to miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury.

It might be in Taylor's best interests to sit the rest of the season since he injured his right ankle earlier in the year.

During the first series, Taylor left the game and did not return.

Taylor missed three games in a row in October and November due to ankle inflammation. After the Colts' bye in Week 14, he seemed to have improved.

Taylor's season could be coming to an end. Through 11 games, he has a career low 861 rushing yards. He carries the ball for 4.5 yards per carry, which is a career low. Taylor was affected by the offensive struggles of the Colts.

The Colts were able to finish the game with a pair of running backs. They averaged 3.8 yards on 37 runs. If needed, Wilkins could be promoted to the active roster.

The Colts will play on "Monday Night Football" on December 26th, followed by games against the Houston Texans and the New York Giants.

The network reported that Taylor had an ankle injury.