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Here are your Texans stories for November 19th:

Texans claim Weeden by Garret Heinrich, CBS Houston

"The Texans might be without starting quarterback Brian Hoyer on Sunday when they face the New York Jets after he suffered a concussion on Monday night when the Texans beat the Bengals 10-6.  Backup quarterback TJ Yates took over and threw the only touchdown of the game."

Texans host dads movie night by

"The Houston Texans hosted their annual First Down Dads event Friday, November 13 at the Houston Methodist Center with Houston Texans Ambassadors, Cheerleaders, and TORO."

Watt, Dunlap competing for sack title by Joe Kay, AP

"J.J. Watt and Carlos Dunlap are watching each other from afar, seeing which one takes advantage of the chance to nose ahead in the NFL sacks race.The defensive ends from the Texans and Bengals were tied for second with 8½ sacks heading into their Monday night game at Paul Brown Stadium. They entered the game behind New England’s Chandler Jones, who has 10½."

Texans have only themselves to blame for Foster situation by Nathaniel Rutherford, Today’s Pigskin

"When Houston Texans running back Arian Foster sustained a season-ending Achilles tendon injury late in a blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 7, one of the immediate questions beyond his well-being was about his future with the franchise. Foster has been the workhorse for the Texans when healthy over the last half decade, and Houston signed him to a five-year, $43.5 million contract in 2012 to ensure he would remain the franchise back for years to come."