Texans wide receiver Will Fuller out with ribs injury vs. Rams

Houston Texans defensive coordinagor Mike Vrabel during the first quarter of an NFL football game at Paul Brown Stadium on Thursday Sept. 14 2017 in Cincinnati

John McClain previews Texans vs. Rams

The Houston Texans lost an option at wide receiver during Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams, as Will Fuller V left the game and did not return due to a rib injury suffered in the second quarter.

A week after lighting up the Giants to the tune of 51 points, the Rams - who lead the league in scoring at 32.9 points per game - looked nothing like themselves through a half of football. The Texans have been lit up for 760 yards and six touchdowns in the air in the last two games.

Improving to 7-2 on the year, the Rams remain in control of the NFC West after the second-place Sehawks improved to 6-3 with a win on Thursday.

One week after finding Sammy Watkins open for a deep 67-yard catch in New York, Goff delivered a dime to Robert Woods to start the third quarter as the Rams scored their longest touchdown of the season on a 94-yard bomb.

Goff is rolling into the matchup with the Texans Sunday.

The Rams defense sacked Houston quarterback Tom Savage three times, twice forcing fumbles the Rams recovered.

Three Greg Zuerlein field goals, two of them occurring after turnovers, allowed the Rams to take a 9-7 lead at the half. Goff found Woods again for the former USC Trojans receiver's second touchdown of the game.

This game could get ugly based on the spread for the game (with the Rams favored -11.5), but it may be fun to see the Rams try and score as many points as possible against a battered Texans defense. Goff finished with 355 yards and three touchdowns on 25-of-37 passing.

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