The Houston Texans ruled out wide receiver Will Fuller and cornerback Bradley Roby ahead of their Week 11 game against the Baltimore Ravens.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Houston Texans will be making the trip to Baltimore to face the facing the Ravens without Will Fuller and Bradley Roby for their Week 11 matchup. Both players were listed as questionable for the upcoming game after being listed as limited participants in practice.
Roby’s hamstring injury in Week 6 against the Kansas City and Fuller’s injury in Week 8 versus the Indianapolis Colts have kept the Texans without two of their starters on the team. Despite their injuries, the Texans have played competitively and are currently leading the AFC South with a 6-3 record entering their tenth game of the season.
Houston will be entering a crucial stretch in their schedule against three teams fighting for playoff contention in the AFC. Texans will be facing the Ravens in Week 11 before having a two-game homestand against the Colts and the New England Patriots.
Texans have depended on other players to step up in their absences, and they have been successful going 2-1 since Week 6. Safety Tashaun Gipson and left tackle Laremy Tunsil made the trip with the rest of the team despite being listed as questionable on the injury report.
The bye week in Week 10 for Houston allowed the Texans to bring two of their four starters on their road trip to Baltimore, and there is optimism they will be able to depend on their other two starters with Colts game on Thursday night.