The Houston Texans will travel to Baltimore, Maryland to take on the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens in their third game of the season.  They are coming off an overtime victory against the Tennessee Titans.  Houston had many mistakes that could have cost them in that game and if they don't fix the majority of them, they will not be leaving Baltimore with a victory.

Scott Halleran, Getty Images
Scott Halleran, Getty Images

Now Houston rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins had a career day against Tennessee as he had seven catches for 117 yards and the game winning touchdown in overtime.  They also had two turnovers in that win and kicker Randy Bullock (Pictured on the right) missed two attempts including the potential game winner at the end of regulation.  If that continues, the Texans may start searching for other options at that position.

Baltimore is coming off 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns.  Star running back Ray Rice left Sunday's contest with a strained left hip flexor which makes him a game time decision for the Ravens. Former Raven Ed Reed should make his debut for the team this week as he has been nursing a hip injury.  Star wide out Andre Johnson suffered a concussion last week but is probable for Sunday.

Kickoff for this game is set for Sunday on 12 pm from M&T Bank Stadium in Maryland and can be seen on CBS.

More From Talk 103.9 & 1340