With a solid performance in his first NFL start, Rams rookie Zac Stacy will get his second Sunday when the Rams take on the Texans in Houston. Stacy didn't bounce back quick enough to practice Wednesday, but Rams coach Jeff Fisher said he doesn't expect Stacy to have any major issues. Rookie running back Zac Stacy, who ran for 78 yards in his first NFL start Sunday in a 34-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Edward Jones Dome, did not practice Wednesday as the Rams began preparations for Sunday's game against the Texans in Houston. After the game I asked Stacy about the injury, and he said he felt like he'd just had the wind knocked out of him and that he expected to be OK. Putting into statistical context, Stacy gained 32 yards after contact, averaging 2.29 per carry. Houston's Wednesday injury list featured 19 players, including five who did not practice _ starting receiver Andre Johnson , starting guard Wade Smith and starting kick returner Keshawn Martin as well as reserve linebackers Tim Dobbins and Darryl Sharpton .