Texans’ final week 11 injury report, Dylan Cole, Will Fuller out

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The Houston Texans will be without some key players for their week 11 game against the Arizona Cardinals.

With the Houston Texans set to face off against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, their final week 11 injury report has been released.

You can read the full report below, but I can tell you that rookie linebacker Dylan Cole (hamstring), offensive tackle Julien Davenport (shoulder) and wide receiver Will Fuller (ribs) have been ruled out.

The Texans’ players that are questionable are running back Alfred Blue (hamstring), center Greg Mancz (knee/chest), wide receiver Chris Thompson (knee) and defensive end Joel Heath (knee).

The Texans really need Thompson to play due to his ability to return kicks. If he can’t go, their return game could end up being shaky.

Texans’ head coach Bill O’Brien told reporters on Friday that Cole is getting closer to returning.

When it comes to the left tackle position, it looks like Chris Clark will get the start. He’s been dealing with a shoulder injury.

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The Cardinals will be without a key defensive lineman.

In case you’re wondering what the Cardinals’ injury situation looks like this week, their report is below.

As you can see, the Cardinals will be without key defensive lineman Corey Peters. Wide receiver John Brown is questionable, but that’s not a surprise. He’s been banged up for most of the season.

Even though quarterback Drew Stanton has been listed as a questionable, Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians announced that Blaine Gabbert will get the start.

Comment below and give us your thoughts on the injury reports for both teams.