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Texans Issue Unfortunate Injury Update Before Bills Game

Texans Issue Unfortunate Injury Update Before Bills Game

Texans Issue Unfortunate Injury Update Before Bills Game

The Texans issued an unfortunate injury update before the Bills game.

Heading into this Saturday’s AFC Wild Card Playoff showdown, most people feel like Houston and Buffalo are pretty evenly matched.

Sadly, it is possible that one team will not be at full strength offensively when it’s all said and done.

Wide receiver Will Fuller is listed as a “game time decision” for this weekend.

Fuller is Houston’s best deep threat, but he has already missed five outings this year due to various health issues.

Currently the 25-year-old is battling a groin injury.

Despite his assortment of ailments, Fuller has been solid when active. Thus far on the season he has recorded 670 yards and three touchdowns on 49 receptions.

Fuller’s best game of the year came in Week 5 against the Atlanta Falcons, catching 14 passes for 217 yards and three scores.

The Texans will hope to get him back this weekend so the franchise can record its first playoff victory since 2016.

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Anthony Amador

A recent graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.

One Comment

  1. Full disclosure: I’m a Bills fan. That said, you headlined this piece with “Unfortunate Injury Update,” and said that Fuller would “sadly” be a gametime decision? As a writer of things on the interwebs, do you know what those words mean, or what they invoke? The LSU assistant coach’s daughter-in-law getting killed in a plane crash is sad. A player missing a Wild Card playoff game due to the loss of a family member is an unfortunate update. Houston’s number two hideout being called a gametime decision is not nearly either. Do better.

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