Houston Texans Are Lifeless and Miss Opportunity, Hammered By New York Giants

October 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With an opportunity to maintain sole possession of first place in the AFC South, the Houston Texans were handed the most gruesome and dominating loss in recent memory. 
The New York Giants came into Reliant Stadium and handed the Texans an old-fashioned 34-10 butt-whooping. 
Dominated in all phases of the game, the Texans had the stadium half empty midway through the fourth quarter. The half that remained, excluding Giants fans of course, stayed only to boo the Texans off the field. 
"They kicked our tail in every phase of the game," coach Gary Kubiak said. "We just got our butt kicked and played undisciplined."
Arian Foster, the NFL's leading rusher, was held to 25 yards on 11 carries. The defense gave up 414 total yards as New York held possession for over 38 minutes. 
Rookies Kareem Jackson and Sherrick McManis each had an interception, but the offense couldn't make it count. 
The Texans have been one of the most inconsistent te...

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