The Houston Texans and New York Jets are battling, along with the Jacksonville Jaguars, for top draft position. With the Detroit Lions all set to pick first overall, the other 2-8 teams are working to see how picks two, three, and four work out. That’s what’s in store for today’s Houston-New York (J) game. This is who won’t be playing for the Texans.
Texans' inactives, besides safety Justin Reid (coach's decision), include tight end Jeff Driskel, cornerback Cre'Von LeBlanc, tight end Jordan Akins, wide receiver Davion Davis (illness) and Deshaun Watson (non-injury reasons-personal matter)— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) November 28, 2021
WOW. SHOCKER. BREAKING NEWS. Justin Reid won’t be playing today due to a disagreement with the coaching staff. My guess is it’s because they wanted to move him from free to strong safety, relocating him from the position he’s excelled at all season. Jordan Akins wasn’t moved at the trade deadline and is still sitting so Brevin Jordan can play. We won’t see Jeff Driskel at tight end just yet. It’s going to be a party when we do.
Here’s who won’t be playing be playing for the Jets.
LB C.J. Mosley and DL John Franklin-Myers are a go for #NYJvsHOU.— New York Jets (@nyjets) November 28, 2021
The Jets won’t have Corey Davis today, which is the big news. He’s been hampered by a groin injury
The Texans and Jets are set to play at 12 p.m. CST. We’ll see you then.