Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts Recap
October 9, 2014
It was hard to guess the game would be a very close one, at the end of first quarter, when the Colts were leading by 24-0. But, as well as the guys from Indianapolis got their quarter, the Texans severely outscored their opponents during the second quarter. They won it 14-3. The Colts were still leading with a comfortable advantage, but they were chased by the Houston offensive squad during the whole second period. Houston won the next two quarters, including an impressive score of 7-0 during the final quarter, but it wasn't enough to end up with a victory. The Colts relied on passing game with a total of 363 yards. QB Luck was instrumental as he initiated three touchdowns. Houston chose to rush instead, with Foster scoring two touchdowns.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans Recap
October 5, 2014
The 3-1 Texans travelled to Dallas to face the 3-1 Cowboys this past weekend. Through the first half, it was an extremely low scoring affair, and at halftime, it was 3-0 Cowboys. Both offenses got going in the third quarter, scoring 1 touchdown each. Dallas out gained the Texans 456-330 in total yards throughout the game. With respect to quarterbacks, Tony Romo had a good game, going 28-41 with 324 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. On the other side, Houston's Ryan Fitzpatrick was 16-25 with 154 yards and an interception. Arian Foster and Demarco Murray both had over 100 yards rushing for their respective squads as well.
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Houston Texans vs. Buffalo Bills Recap
September 28, 2014
An uneventful first quarter lead to a closely contested game on a day where JJ Watt really shined for the Texans. Ryan Fitzpatrick had a fairly decent game, throwing for 268 yards and a touchdown with 2 interceptions as well. The rushing front for the Texans was nearly nonexistent, Fitzpatrick also lead this category with only 14 yards rushing, a meager return for a team that has been known for great rushers in the past. For the Bills, EJ Manuel was 21-44 for 225 and two TD's. However, he also threw two interceptions which would prove vitally important in the contest. JJ Watt came up big once again, when he picked off Manuel in the 3rd quarter and returned it for an 80 yard touchdown to give Houston an all important lead with momentum to boot. Watt once again provided that all important spark that the Texans offense was unable to give.