J.J. Watt will play with broken hand vs. Patriots on ‘Sunday Night Football’

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt will play against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Watt was a surprise addition to the injury report after he broke his hand in practice Wednesday.

Despite the injury and the fact that he missed practice on both Thursday and Friday, Watt was listed as probable on the official injury report and everyone expected he would be able to play.

A three-year veteran, Eifert came into Week 14 leading the NFL in total touchdowns with 12. All of those have been on receptions and he’s had multi-touchdown games four times this season. The tight end has 46 catches for 522 yards on the year.

Missing Eifert, a breakout star this year, is a huge deal for a Bengals’ offense that lost quarterback Andy Dalton to a thumb injury earlier in the game. Being without two of their top offensive weapons has the Bengals in a precarious position going forward.
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Ford would beat Stephenson again with another dip-and-rip move with a little less than seven minutes left in the second quarter to get another pressure on Siemian on third-and-10. Siemian felt him coming and tried to drift away from him, but Ford was too fast and Siemian ended up just having to throw it in the direction of tight end Jeff Heuerman who was covered like a blanket.

Elite Kids Mike Webster Jersey Just before halftime, Ford was at it again. This time he hit Stephenson with a quick long arm and then swatted Stephenson’s outside hand off before he ripped off the block outside. Once again Siemian had to throw the ball in Heuerman’s direction to avoid the sack. This time, however, the pressure came on first-and-15, so in theory, the Broncos could have still overcome it and scored, seeing as how they were already at the Kansas City 40-yard line.