The Houston Texans will need to bring everything they have as they face off against arguably the best team in the NFL this weekend, the Seattle Seahawks. There's a chance the Texans could be without two key players when the take on the Seahawks, as wide receiver Andre Johnson and left tackle Duane Brown are likely to be game-time decisions, according to head coach Gary Kubiak.Kubiak told reporters -- including Brian Smith of the Houston Chronicle -- that Johnson would continue to be evaluated through the week as the team attempts to determine his status for Sunday.“I think Andre’s going to do everything he can to be there,” Kubiak said. “He is very sore (Wednesday). So we’ll let it run its course and see how he’s feeling.”Johnson was forced to leave last weekend's game against the Baltimore Ravens after suffering a shin injury. The wide receiver attempted to play through the ailment, but he ultimately exited the contest early. He's still experiencing soreness in his shin, but he's said that he's hopeful he'll be able to suit up for Week 4.Brown was able to practice on a limited basis yesterday as he continues to recover from a toe injury. It's encouraging that he was able to practice, but Kubiak still seems to think there's a chance he could miss this weekend's game against the Seahawks.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?