The Houston Texans (7-3) are poised to make the playoffs this season, especially considering the Colts (0-10) are not in the AFC South race. They have been missing key players all season, including Mario Williams, Andre Johnson, and even Arian Foster for a few games, but injury news came out following Sunday’s win over the Bucs that will have the greatest impact on the team yet.
Matt Schaub is out, possibly for the entire season, after injuring the Lisfranc joint in his right foot. If it requires surgery, he will definitely miss the rest of the season.
His backup, Matt Leinart, is now taking over the reigns of a team who is among the best in the AFC. They have the most complete team in their franchise’s history, and cannot afford to waste their great start.