The Texans take their final road trip of 2020 this weekend, and will face the Colts on Sunday at Noon CT inside Lucas Oil Stadium.
Indianapolis demolished the Raiders in Las Vegas yesterday, 44-27. At 9-4, they're tied for the lead in the AFC South, but the Titans hold the tiebreaker.
They've now won two games in a row, and will host a Texans squad at 4-9 that's dropped a pair of contests over the last two weeks.
These two squads linked up at NRG Stadium in Week 13, and with the Texans trailing 26-20 in the closing minutes, an errant shotgun snap from Nick Martin to Deshaun Watson was pounced on by the Colts defense. Houston was facing a 2nd-and-Goal at the Indianapolis 2-yard line when the turnover happened, and the Colts were able to kneel on the next two plays from scrimmage to burn the remaining 1:23 for the win.
Earlier today, interim head coach Romeo Crennel said there's a chance receiver Brandin Cooks could return to action this week, after missing Sunday's loss at Chicago with a neck injury. Crenel also expects running back David Johnson to be back in action after landing on the COVD-19 reserve list late last week.