The Texans enter week 16 against Titans with their situation at quarterbackis in question for a must win game for the division leaders.

The Tennessee Titans defense will face the division leading Houston Texans on Sunday with the Texans facing questions as to the health of their quarterbacks.

The Houston Texans currently sit atop the standing in the AFC South entering Sundays visit to Nashville to face the Tennessee Titans at Nissn Stadium, but the Texans have questions as to who will start at quarterback in this must win game for the Texans.

Starting quarterback Brian Hoyer missed last Sundays win in Indianapolis with a concussion. Backup quarterback T.J. Yates started against the Colts but left with a knee injury leaving Brandon Weeden to finish the game.

Entering Sunday the Texans now must find the answer to which quarterback will be healthy and able to start the game against a Titans front that has been good at putting pressure on the quarterback.

The Texans also have quaetions at running back but have no questions at receiver where third year standout DeAndre Hopkins was this week named to the Pro-Bowl and  is currently third in the NFL with 1.315 yards receiveing.

The Titans secondary will once again be challenged by Hopkins and compnay regardless of who is throwing the football. Perrish Cox should draw the match-up against Hopkins most of the time, but the Titans will need Brian OrakpoJurrell Casey and others to get to the quarterback if they are to have a chance at this upset. 

We talk about those things in the above video.

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