AFC South injuries, Week 8: Will Rackley goes down

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The Jaguars were pummeled in London and lost an offensive lineman in the process.

The Jacksonville Jaguars were the only AFC South team in action for Week 8, and they suffered another loss both in the standings and on the field Sunday when offensive lineman Will Rackley was forced out with a head injury.

According to the Miami Herald, Rackley was hit in the head during the first half of Jacksonville's 42-10 loss against the San Francisco 49ers. Not surprisingly, Rackley did not return to the game after being hurt.

Looking forward to Week 9, the Houston Texans have to be wondering whether quarterback Matt Schaub can play after injuring his ankle in Week 6 vs. the St. Louis Rams. If he can, does Schaub start over Case Keenum? Only time will tell.

Houston would also love to see Arian Foster back and 100 percent after only playing one series against the Kansas City Chiefs in its last game. Foster was forced to leave after aggravating his hamstring injury, but should play this week opposing the Indianapolis Colts, per the team's official site. Ben Tate is trying to overcome four broken ribs, also suffered in the Chiefs game.

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