Houston Texans Fail to Take First Place, Lose to Indianapolis Colts

November 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With an opportunity to sweep the Indianapolis Colts and take first place of the AFC South, the Houston Texans (4-3) were beaten in dominating fashion on Monday Night Football.
With the 30-17 victory, the Indianapolis Colts (5-2) move into first place of the AFC South instead.
Matt Schaub and the offensive line were horrendous in the first half. They played with no poise, no emotion, no sense of urgency. Plus, the game-plan lacked logic.
Dwight Freeney took Duane Brown's milk money.
Overall, the Colts hit Matt Schaub five times, including three sacks. Dwight Freeney had two. 
Out of his comfort zone, Schaub was five of 15 for 37 yards and a pick-six in the first half.
“For me personally, especially in the first half, I feel like I gave up a lot of pressure," said LT Duane Brown. "When you play in this stadium against a great front four they bring a great pressure package. You gotta be able to hold up in key situations. We weren’t able to do...

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