Injury Report: 16 Texans Listed With Injuries During Short WeekIt's expected that the game of football will bring about a lot of bruises and cuts, but the Houston Texans are pushing the limit this week with 16 players on the official injury report.
It's A Make-Or-Break Week For The Texans In Week 5As the Houston Texans prepare to host the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday Night Football this week, it's key to recognize this may be the Texans' last chance to make a statement in 2015.
Injury Report: Mallett Questionable, Foster Game-Time DecisionThe two key offensive positions for the 2015 Houston Texans are up in the air this weekend in terms of injury, prior to the team's road contest against the high-flying Atlanta Falcons.
'First-Place' Texans Could Benefit From Weak Division In 2015The Houston Texans are 1-2 this season after they won their first game of the season last Sunday, beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 19-9.
Texans Add Three New FacesTexans add three to presumably help on special teams.
Injury Report: Many Questions For Texans In Week 3 Against BucsThe Houston Texans have six players listed as questionable for their Week 3 contest at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and all eyes are still on running back Arian Foster. But the team also has questions about running back Jonathan Grimes, which puts more pressure on whichever quarterback is on the field Sunday.
Texans Could Have A Surprise Running Back This SundaySurprise running back?
Texans Host Jameis Winston And The Bucs In Crucial Game SundayNot too many NFL teams start off 0-2 and reach the postseason—at least not in the last 25 years. Since 1990, only about 12 percent of winless teams after two weeks recovered well enough to make the NFL playoffs and have a shot at the Super Bowl.
JJ Watt Facing More Triple Teams This YearJJ Watt facing more triple teams this year
Jameis Winston Smartly Does Not Poke The Beast That Is JJ WattWinston smartly praises Watt
Injury Report: Foster Not Ready For Game Action, But Offense Mostly HealthyComing off an ugly 27-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at home in Week 1, the Houston Texans head to Carolina in Week 2, and they will do so without the services of their starting running back. Arian Foster has returned to workouts, and that's the good news. The bad news is he still won't be ready to play by Sunday. Otherwise, the Texans should be relatively healthy in support of new starting quarterback Ryan Mallett on Sunday.
Offensive Line Versatility Could Be Key In Browns Absence