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Texans final injury report and what it means for Wild Card matchup vs. Browns

We discuss the final injury report for the Houston Texans ahead of their AFC Wild Card game against the Cleveland Browns.

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The Houston Texans will welcome the Cleveland Browns to town for a Wild Card game as part of the 2024 NFL playoffs. Kickoff from NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on Saturday, January 13 is set for 4:30 p.m. ET and will air on NBC.

Texans final injury report

Out: DE Jerry Hughes (ankle)
Doubtful: N/A
Questionable: DE Will Anderson Jr. (ankle), FB Andrew Beck (calf), WR Noah Brown (back), DT Maliek Collins (hip), DE Jonathan Greenard (ankle), DT Sheldon Rankins (shoulder) and WR Robert Woods (hip)

Notable players on in-week report removed from final: C/G Michael Deiter (elbow)

How the team’s injuries may affect the Texans in Wild Card round

Anderson and Brown are likely the most recognizable names that are questionable for Houston. Anderson played in 15 games in the regular season, registered 45 tackles, and had the second-most sacks on the team with seven. Brown played in 10 games and had 567 yards with two touchdowns.

Greenard may have the most impact if he misses. He played in 15 games this season and led the team with 12.5 sacks. Collins and Rankins are names also to watch as they combined for 78 tackles with 11 sacks. The Texans could be without their entire starting defensive line for this game and are hoping they can all suit up to try and slow down the surging Cleveland offense.