Houston Texans: Laremy Tunsil’s availability is confirmed against Ravens

Houston Texans left tackle Laremy Tunsil (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)
Houston Texans left tackle Laremy Tunsil (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) /

Houston Texans left tackle Laremy Tunsil will be available against the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday after missing one game. What does this mean?

It’s Sunday afternoon Houston Texans fans and our team is finally back in action after a well-deserved bye week amid at trip to London to where they gave the Jacksonville Jaguars a 26-3 shellacking.

It was one of the better wins this season and I’m positive that there’s more in store as the team takes part of the second half of the season.  There are seven more games to go and their fate is largely in their hands.

The Houston Texans will have a short week as they take on the Baltimore Ravens today and will have to hurry up and prepare for the Indianapolis Colts at home this Thursday night.  Some tough decisions have already been made about the availability of certain players because of this

But, for all intent and purposes, the game against the Colts this Thursday has all kinds of implications on the Houston Texans‘ future postseason eligibility and it’s imperative that they win the game as such.

Bill O’Brien has already decided to hold dynamic wideout and cornerback Will Fuller and Bradley Roby as a result with hopes pinned on them returning back to the gridiron against the Colts later this week.

These two weapons are badly-needed against a top-notch offense the Ravens have but obviously, the Houston Texans are confident they can win the game with the guys are available and ready to play.

The Houston Texans did get some good news that left tackle Laremy Tunsil will be available to

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play today against the Ravens after being a last-minute scratch with a shoulder injury against the Jags two weeks ago.  His presence on the left side of the offensive line has been a godsend since being acquired in a blockbuster trade with the Miami Dolphins earlier this season.

The amount of sacks that Deshaun Watson has taken has dramatically reduced and Tunsil has a lot to do with that.  Watson only took one sack against the Jags two weeks ago and three against the Oakland Raiders the week previous so there’s certainly a sign of a trend in the right direction.

He, along with Nick Martin, Tytus Howard, Max Scharping, and Zach Fulton have shored up the issues with pass-protection that they have been having and we’re seeing Watson more upright often than not.

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It’s just terrific to know that he’ll be available against a lethal defense that Ravens currently have in tow and I think we’re going to see some great things out of him today.

Let’s hope for the best — go Houston Texans!