The Cincinnati Bengals could be without starting safety Chris Crocker for their AFC wild-card playoff game Saturday against Houston. Crocker missed practice throughout the week after the Bengals' regular-season-ending win over Baltimore last Sunday and was listed as doubtful with a quadriceps injury. Nate Clements or Taylor Mays likely would move into the starting lineup to replace Crocker. The rest of the injury report looked promising for the Bengals (10-6) before their visit to Houston for a rematch of a playoff game last season. Starting running back Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis (hamstring), cornerbacks Terence Newman (groin) and Leon Hall (non-injury related) and Mays (hamstring) were listed as probable.