Texans vs. Broncos: See, What Happened to Houston Was…Denver QB Tim Tebow

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Houston Texans finally got it right—in the first half. In their latest disappointing performance, they flipped the script and jumped off to a fast start, bolting out to a 17-0 halftime lead. Unfortunately, that was the high point of the afternoon.
After gaining only 12 yards in the first six plays, Houston scored on three of their next four possessions, including touchdown drives of 91 and 86 yards. The scoring continued with a 34-yard field goal by Neil Rackers right before halftime.
From the start, the Texans seemed determined to run the ball against the league's 31st-ranked rush defense. After the first 30 minutes, Arian Foster ran for 66 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. But Gary Kubiak inexplicably (again) decided to go away from what was working in the second half.
With the game on the line, and the Texans needing to run the clock with a decent lead, Foster only carried the ball another five times for 25 yards. Matt Schaub, however, threw 21 ...

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