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NFL Injury Report: Texans remain healthy

Houston escaped its Week 15 win relatively unscathed from injury, as the Texans moved closer to a bye week.

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After an embarrassing loss to the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football in Week 14, the Houston Texans rebounded in Week 15, defeating the Indianapolis Colts, and clinching the AFC South in the process.

Luckily for the Texans, they escaped the game without any major injuries, and remain one of the league's healthiest teams, as the playoffs begin to creep around the corner.

Jonathan Grimes, Brooks Reed, Alan Ball, Antoine Caldwell, Andrew Gardner, Chris White, and Terrell McClain were all inactive for Houston in Week 15.

Ben Tate, who was listed as probable, rushed five times for 13 yards. Garrett Graham, who suffered a concussion, was given medical clearance to play on Thursday, and did indeed play for the Texans in Week 15. Graham did not record a catch, but was targeted twice by Matt Schaub.

Houston will play host to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 16, as the Texans look to secure a first round bye.

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