Houston Texans Injury Report: Jason Allen, Bryan Braman, Troy Nolan Questionable

The Texans are playing in their first playoff game in franchise history on Saturday afternoon at home against the Cincinnati Bengals, who they defeated by one point in Week 14 of the season on the road. In that Week 14 game, the Texans were relatively healthy except for No. 1 wide receiver Andre Johnson, who sat out due to a hamstring injury.

That's not going to be the case in their playoff game against the Bengals as there are three Texans players that are questionable and none of them are Johnson. Cornerback Jason Allen, linebacker Bryan Braman and safety Troy Nolan are the only players that have a shot at missing the Texans' first ever playoff game.

All other players, including running back Arian Foster, Johnson, tight end Owen Daniels, cornerback Johnathan Joseph and quarterback T.J. Yates are probable for Saturday's game. This is good new for the Texans, especially when it comes to Joseph, who was limited at one point this week, because he'll be needed to cover pro bowl rookie receiver A.J. Green.

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