AFC Divisional Playoffs, Texans Vs. Ravens: Both Teams Enter Sunday's Game Relatively Healthy

The Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans are both relatively healthy heading into Sunday's AFC Divisional Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium. For the Texans, "relative" is the key word, considering they will be without the likes of Mario Williams and Matt Schaub due to season-ending injuries. Outside of those on IR, no one on Houston's roster is listed as anything worse than "probable."

That includes wide receiver Andre Johnson, who should see an increased workload as he works his way back from a knee injury. He caught five passes for 90 yards and a touchdown during last week's win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

Only Brendon Ayanbadejo and Jameel McClain are listed as questionable this week for the Ravens. According to Ravens blog Baltimore Beat Down, there should not be any concern with any of the five players listed as "probable" on the injury report, however, including Anquan Boldin (knee) and rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith (head).

For more on the Ravens, check out SB Nation's Baltimore Beat Down and for more on the Texans check out Battle Red Blog. Here's a look at the complete 2012 NFL playoffs schedule.

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