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Pierre Thomas, Khiry Robinson out vs. Bengals; Keenan Lewis questionable

The Saints have already ruled two key players out, but two more important players got the 'questionable' status.

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Chris Graythen

The Bengals have their own injures to deal with, but their opponent this week could also be without several key players. The Saints have already ruled out running backs Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson. Those two have combined to rush for 466 yards on 94 carries (5.0 yards per carry) to go with 29 catches for 230 yards and five total touchdowns.

The Saints' questionable players include, designation linebacker Curtis Lofton and cornerback Keenan Lewis. Lofton leads the team with 82 tackles, an astounding 30 more than the second-place Rafael Bush. Lofton is also tied for the team-lead with five tackles for loss.

Lewis, the team's No. 1 corner, has allowed just 27 completions for 319 yards and three scores this year in 552 snaps played, per Pro Football Focus. If he were to miss this game, that would leave Corey White and Patrick Robinson to start at corner and face A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu.