Sounds like Chiefs will have Hali, but not Houston

Reid updates Hali, Houston injuries
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The Chiefs were encouraged that MRI results on Hali’s injured right ankle showed only what coach Andy Reid called a “slight sprain” and not a high ankle injury that could threaten his availability to play for several weeks…
Houston has what Reid called a subluxation of his right elbow. He was also scheduled for an MRI on Monday, but it was postponed because of swelling.

Not only has Houston graded out as KC's best player over the course of the season, but he earned the highest grade for all players during the Week 11 matchup.

It's not as simple as subtracting his +9.4 grade, three hurries, two batted passes, ten tackles, and eight stops from that first game, but if the Chiefs don't have Houston for Sunday's rematch, they're pretty much screwed.

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