The injuries keep piling up for the Houston Texans, but they have still found a way to string together a franchise-record six straight wins.
The slumping Cincinnati Bengals would settle for one victory at this point.
With All-Pro wide receiver Andre Johnson questionable, rookie third-string quarterback T.J. Yates will be under center for the Texans on Sunday when they could clinch their first AFC South title with a team-record 10th win.
Now that Matt Schaub (foot) and Matt Leinart (collarbone) are out for the season, the Texans (9-3) have given the keys to their offense to Yates, a fifth-round pick from North Carolina.
Houston, though, is not expecting the rookie to carry the club, especially with Arian Foster and Ben Tate leading the NFL's third-ranked rushing attack at 152.6 yards per game. The Texans are also second in total defense allowing 271.4 yards per game and points allowed per contest with 15.8.
Yates was sacked three times and missed a few throws in his first NF...