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What To Watch For (Part II): Texans-Jaguars Injury Report

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In Week Two, it's easy to forget that a team's health relative to its opponent could be considered a real strength. Given the condition of the Texans and Jaguars heading into Sunday's tilt, it's fair to say that the lack of Texans on the current injury report with maladies that could force them to miss the game appears to give Houston a decided advantage. Specifics after the jump.


Bryan Braman--Questionable
Brice McCain--Probable
Antonio Smith--Probable
Brooks Reed--Probable
Antoine Caldwell--Probable
J.J. Watt--Probable
Arian Foster--Probable
Chris Myers--Probable
Johnathan Joseph--Probable
Shaun Cody--Probable
Brian Cushing--Probable
Tim Dobbins--Probable
Wade Smith--Probable

Uche Nwaneri--Probable
Derek Cox--Questionable
Rashad Jennings--Out
George Selvie--Out
Daryl Smith--Out
Mike Harris--Probable
Austen Lane--Out
Eben Britton--Questionable
Cameron Bradfield--Out

No Daryl Smith is huge. He's Jacksonville's best defensive player and one of the most underrated linebackers in the game. They're going to miss him a bunch.