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  • 10/20, 6:42 am
    • Miller, who has battled a chest...

      Miller, who has battled a chest injury, is ready to go Week 7 against the Jaguars. He was a full participant in all three days of practice this week.

      Analysis: A few factors align to make Miller a potentially valuable play Week 7. Against the Jaguars top-ranked passing defense, the Texans may lean towards their ground attack, particularly knowing Jacksonville has been susceptible in that area -- the Jags rank 22nd (118.7 YPG) in rushing defense after ceding 332 rushing yards the last two weeks. The notion that Houston may favor its running game is further supported by quarterback Deshaun Watson, who attempted a season-low 25 passes last week, being banged up with a chest injury.

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  • 10/20, 6:18 am
    • Jackson will start at cornerback Sunday...

      Jackson will start at cornerback Sunday against the Jaguars, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Analysis: Jackson will slide from safety to cornerback with Shareece Wright ruled out Week 7 due to a groin injury. This is nothing new for Jackson, who has been a cornerback much of his career, and has toggled between safety and corner this season as injuries have hit Houston's defensive backs hard. Jackson leads Houston with two interceptions and is third with 35 tackles.

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  • 10/20, 6:07 am
    • Thomas is expected to receive more...

      Thomas is expected to receive more playing time with Ryan Griffin (illness) ruled out of Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Analysis: Both Thomas and Jordan Akins will get a bump in playing time, although that might not mean much against a Jacksonville defense that's tied with Baltimore as the league's top-ranked passing defense. The opponent, along with a banged up quarterback, might lead Houston to rely on its running attack Week 7. Thomas has been targeted just eight times (four catches) through six games.

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  • 10/20, 6:02 am
    • Akins is expected to receive more...

      Akins is expected to receive more playing time with Ryan Griffin (illness) declared out for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Analysis: Houston's tight ends are barely perceptible in the offense, so Griffin's absence is not expected to mean much for Akins or Jordan Thomas in terms of fantasy production. Factoring in the opponent, Jacksonville, which is tied with the Baltimore as the league's top-ranked passing defense, and we could see the Texans rely heavily on the running game. Akins has been targeted 11 times (nine catches) through six games.

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  • 10/19, 9:37 pm
    • Head coach Dan Quinn said that...

      Head coach Dan Quinn said that Hardy would see an increase in offensive involvement should either Mohamed Sanu (hip) or Calvin Ridley (ankle) be deemed inactive for Monday night's game against the Giants, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "Marvin (Hall's) role will certainly increase and (Hardy's) role would increase, and the third would be Russell Gage," Quinn explained after Friday's practice session.

      Analysis: Hardy collected a career-high seven targets during the Falcons' Week 6 win over Tampa Bay, hauling in three of those passes for 33 receiving yards. Over the past three seasons, Hardy has two appearances in games when Sanu was inactive, and in those contests has compiled five catches for 43 yards and a touchdown (averaging 1.4 receptions and 13.9 yards per game for his career). Even if Hardy does play on a greater percentage of offensive snaps, Week 7 brings a less than favorable matchup opposing a Giants defense that has allowed the sixth-fewest wide receiver receptions in 2018 (67).

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