The Houston Texans have three offensive and four defensive players listed on the Week 4 inactive list as they take on the Indianapolis Colts, Sunday.
The Houston Texans will be without three offensive and four defensive players from their usual 53-man roster Sunday as they are on the road facing the Indianapolis Colts in their Week 4 AFC South matchup.
On this game day for the Texans — who are 0-3 overall — the Texans will not have the services of some players who could help in the pursuit of their first win of the season.
On the inactive list for Sundays game are offensive players Vyncint Smith (wide receiver), Roderick Johnson (tackle) and David Sharpe (tackle). The defensive inactives are Kayvon Webster (cornerback), Daeshon Hall (outside linebacker), Carlos Watkins (defensive end) and Christian Covington (defensive end).
Covington has played in two games this season, totaling two tackles and no sacks. His tackles have come against the New England Patriots and last Sunday against the New York Giants. On the official injury report from Friday Covington wasn’t listed
Smith, Johnson, Hall, Watkins and Sharpe were also not listed on the injury report on Friday. Webster was listed as questionable on Friday and is inactive for this game due to an Achilles injury.
This is a very good sign the Texans in terms of injuries because the avoided not having DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller and others who were listed as questionable and limited in practice on Friday’s injury report.
The Texans are -1 underdogs entering this game according to OddsShark.com and this should be a another close game, as all Texans games have been this season, but maybe they’ll be able to finally have the higher score at the end of the fourth quarter.