The Houston Texans and Minnesota Vikings released their inactives for Week 4.
The Houston Texans released their Week 4 inactives for their home game against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4 at NRG Stadium. Both the Texans and Vikings are 0-3 overall entering the game with Houston losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Vikings falling to the Tennessee Titans last Sunday.
As for this Sunday the inactives for the Houston Texans are wide receiver Keke Coutee, cornerback Cornell Armstrong, fullback Cullen Gillaspia, inside linebacker Peter Kalambayi, and offensive tackle Charlie Heck.
Coutee wasn’t listed on the injury report this week, so once again he seems to be a healthy scratch for this game as his season hasn’t been very memorable up to this point of the 2020 schedule.
Coutee has played in just one game this season where he’s collected two receptions for 11 yards, as he’s only been targeted twice in his lone game this season back in Week 2. Coutee also has one fumble and has played in eight percent of the offensive snaps in the one game his played in. Coutee also hasn’t played any special team snaps this season.
Gillaspia is inactive due to battling a hamstring injury all week, as he was limited in practice Friday, and it turns out he’s not healthy enough to play Sunday. Gillaspia has played in two games this season, and in Week 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers he caught one pass on one target for six yards. That was the lone snap he’s played on the offensive side of the ball this season.
Gillaspia has played 29 snaps on special teams this season, so him not being on some of the special teams units could make a difference for the Houston Texans in this game.
Peter Kalambayi is another special teams player lost this week for the Houston Texans so just keep a close eye on the special teams play on Sunday in Week 4 by the Texans.
Armstrong and Heck have not played in a regular season game for the Houston Texans in 2020.
The Vikings also have released their inactives for Week 4 and they include the following players:
Kickoff for the game is noon CT as the Houston Texans will host the Vikings at NRG Stadium.