First Injury Report Analysis: Titans vs Texans

Will there be any Christmas Gifts under the tree from Ole St. Mike this week, as the Titans take on the Texans?

Here’s a quick peek at the injury report for both teams. The Titans practice was just a walkthrough.

Originally tweeted by Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) on December 21, 2022.

Players That Are Desperately Needed

Treylon Burks: A full participation in practice is massive for Burks. Typically its a limited, so have to wonder if he got action in on Saturday or Sunday
Denico Autry: Limited, but was Limited all week. Vrabel seemed more hopeful in today’s presser
Tre Avery: Limited, already out of protocol technically, but looking like he should be ready
Kristian Fulton: Still no practice
Zach Cunningham: No injury designation is a good sign

Injuries from Sunday’s Game

Ben Jones: Comes out with a concussion. This is obviously because Burks is a full participation and the Titans can’t have nice things.
Nate Davis: Left the game with an injury. The Titans signed two OL to the practice squad earlier today, probably insurance for Davis and Jones.
Dillon Radunz: A good impressive showing in limited snaps, and has a knee injury. Something to keep an eye on
Ryan Tannehill: Reports are that it’s going to be a long road for Ryan Tannehill to see action this weekend.

The Enemy’s Biggest Players

Brandin Cooks: Hasn’t played in a few weeks, but looks to be showing up today, good sign.
Nico Collins: Still not practicing
Laremy Tunsil: Just an illness nothing to be concerned with yet
Kenyon Green: Would be nice if he would miss this weekend. Something to monitor

Author: Zach LyonsWith over 17 years experience of losing Fantasy Football games, Zach has been a Titans fan since moving to Nashville in 2002. A die-hard Alabama fan, but he doesn't let that cloud his judgement of the Elite Players they have put in the NFL. Players like Derrick Henry, Julio Jones, and AJ McCarron. You've heard him on Football & Other F Words giving his Unfiltered Opinions as facts and that won't change. He's always 100% right even if he has to revise earlier statements. Lawyered.

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