The Houston Texans can’t rely on cornerback Kevin Johnson staying healthy.
Some NFL players can never seem to stay healthy and Houston Texans’ cornerback Kevin Johnson seems to be one of them.
Johnson suffered a season-ending injury after breaking his wrist during his rookie season in 2015.
Last year, Johnson ended up on injured reserve with a Jones fracture in his foot. And earlier this year he missed some time with a sprained MCL. Now Johnson is dealing with a concussion that he suffered against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
Unfortunately, the Texans can’t seem to be able to rely on Johnson. The good news is that they don’t play until next Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens. There is a chance he could get cleared in time.
Sunday was a rough day for the Texans on the injury front with rookie running back D’Onta Foreman going down with a torn Achilles and kick returner Chris Thompson aggravating a knee injury.
Texans’ offense was really on fire with Deshaun Watson
Eric Edholm of Pro Football Weekly brought up an interesting stat about the Texans’ wide receivers.
Most of the damage that DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller have done was with Deshaun Watson under center. This at least gives everyone something to look forward to next season.
But when it comes to Hopkins, his numbers haven’t fallen off with Watson out and Tom Savage at quarterback.
Hopkins has averaged six receptions for 91 yards receiving and almost one touchdown a game over the past three games despite the fact that Savage has struggled.