"You have a better chance to be successful and make a run at the brass ring when you have that bye, because anybody that's in the playoffs clearly had a tough year and recovering from injury is helpful," Ambrose said. "It's a physical game. We haven't talked about this at all, but I've got 15 guys with season-ending injuries, and of those 15 guys, I think 12 or 13 were either starters or players. Those are just the guys whose seasons are over. No bye week is going to get them back. They need months of recovery. So the guys that have to step up, it's a battle of attrition. They're doing a yeoman effort of getting that done, but yeah, our injury report looks like a MASH unit right now."