The Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans suffered some injury setbacks in Week 6. Several of these injuries occurred to starters along the offensive and defensive lines.
The Houston Texans lost defensive end Tim Jamison and guard Antoine Caldwell during Sunday's loss to the Green Bay Packers. Jamison suffered an Achilles injury, and Caldwell was lost to a concussion. Jamison has played in all six games for Houston this season, though he has not made any starts. Caldwell has been one of the team's mainstays at guard.
The Indianapolis Colts lost defensive end Cory Redding (knee), offensive tackle Winston Justice (ankle) and linebacker Moise Fokou (ankle) during their Week 6 loss to the New York Jets. Redding and Justice have started a combined nine games this season, while Fokou has appeared in all five of the Colts' games as a reserve.
Tennessee Titans cornerback Tommie Campbell suffered an ankle injury against the Steelers and could miss time as a result. Defensive tackle Jurrell Casey suffered a shoulder injury, but he appears to be in better shape for next week.
Jacksonville was off during Week 6 but is dealing with several lingering injuries. Wide receiver Laurent Robinson is recovering from a concussion, and linebacker Daryl Smith still hasn't played in a regular season game because of a groin injury.