Here are the injury report designations for NFL teams playing on Sunday during Week 13. New York Jets (4-7) at Cincinnati Bengals (0-11) Tennessee Titans (6-5) at Indianapolis Colts (6-5) Philadelphia Eagles (5-6) at Miami Dolphins (2-9) Green Bay Packers (8-3) at New York Giants (2-9) Cleveland Browns (5-6) at Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) Washington Redskins (2-9) at Carolina Panthers (5-6) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-7) at Jacksonville Jaguars (4-7) San Francisco 49ers (10-1) at Baltimore Ravens (9-2) Los Angeles Rams (6-5) at Arizona Cardinals (3-7-1) Los Angeles Chargers (4-7) at Denver Broncos (3-8) Oakland Raiders (6-5) at Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) New England Patriots (10-1) at Houston Texans...

Behind five touchdown passes and 397 yards of offense from Watson, Clemson won 42-36 despite a total of 457 yards and three touchdowns by Jackson. Jackson won the Heisman Trophy that year, beating out Watson, who took the ultimate prize when the Tigers won the national championship. Watson was the 12th overall pick in the 2017 draft, and Jackson went with the 32nd overall selection in 2018.

Behind five touchdown passes and 397 yards of offense from Watson, Clemson won 42-36 despite a total of 457 yards and three touchdowns by Jackson. Jackson won the Heisman Trophy that year, beating out Watson, who took the ultimate prize when the Tigers won the national championship. Watson was the 12th overall pick in the 2017 draft, and Jackson went with the 32nd overall selection in 2018.

Daniel Jones will be the talk of New York this week after the rookie quarterback led the Giants to a win. Jones ran for two touchdowns, including a 7-yarder on fourth down with 1:16 remaining, and then the Giants held on when Tampa Bay missed a last-second field goal. Jones is one of several quarterbacks who recently took over for more established players.

It certainly couldn't hurt Jerell Adams' chances to make the Houston Texans roster. Over the weekend Adams delivered a highlight-reel play with a crushing stiff-arm against the Detroit Lions. Jerell Adams had a listed advantage to 54 pounds and he put it to work, chucking Andrew Adams out of the way and taking off downfield.

The Houston Texans are the sixth team since 1980 and the first in 20 years to make the postseason after a 0-3 start. The Texans (10-5) opened with losses to New England, Tennessee and the New York Giants that left them 0-3 and were all close games decided by a total of 15 points. Houston's rebound began with consecutive three-point wins in overtime against Indianapolis and Dallas before seven-point victories over Buffalo and Jacksonville.

Washington quarterback Alex Smith broke the fibula and tibia in his right leg in a 23-21 defeat to the visiting Houston Texans on Sunday. The Texans’ J.J. Watt and Kareem Jackson sacked Smith in the third quarter, causing both bones in his lower leg to “snap like a dry tree branch” as he went down with his leg bent and “ankle flopping limply,” The Washington Post’s Thomas Boswell wrote. Smith, 34, underwent surgery at a nearby hospital, ESPN reported.

''Started from the bottom now we're here,'' he bellows. While the 2013 Drake tune is a little old to be the team's anthem, the sentiment of the song couldn't be more fitting for these Texans. After falling into such a big hole early, the Texans were written off by many as headed to a lost season.

The Houston Texans have been red hot since losing their first three games and improved their winning streak to six matches on Sunday. Quarterback Deshaun Watson went 17-for-24 passing for 213 yards and two touchdowns in a 19-17 victory over the Denver Broncos. Watson connected with his favourite receiver DeAndre Hopkins 10 times for 105 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn't all Texans.

The Houston Texans waited 10 months to celebrate a victory. Players mobbed kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn after he made a 37-yard field goal in overtime, jumping up and down before leaving Indianapolis with a wild 37-34 victory to end the league's longest losing streak at nine. Houston (1-3) hadn't won since Nov. 19, hadn't won on the road since Sept. 14, 2017, and couldn't even beat the Colts last season without Andrew Luck.

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