Houston Texans Make it 5-in-a-Row
Wow, what a game last night. The Houston Texans put more than just a complete game together to beat the Miami Dolphins last night, they put on a show winning the game 42-23.
Quarterback Deshaun Watson was nearly perfect matching his record of throwing 5 touchdowns in a game, which makes it 34 career TD passes, moving him in front of Dolphins great Dan Marino for 2nd-most in NFL history over 15 games.
Houston's receiving corps saw plenty of action with rookie Jordan Thomas catching 2 TDs, the first of his career, DeAndre Hopkins had 82 yards receiving including 2 scores, and Will Fuller caught 1 TD pass among his total of 124 yards receiving.
On the ground, former Miami Dolphin Lamar Miller had 133 yards rushing and a score, his second 100 yard game in a row.
Deshaun Watson had great protection and he was error-free with no turnovers, and no sacks.
Houston's defense also played well against the struggling Dolphins. Next up for the Texans, they challenge another of their former quarterbacks when they travel to Denver to play the Case Keenum-led Broncos. That game set for Sunday, November 4th at 3:05 pm. Catch all the action beginning with the pregame at 2:35 pm on KLUB Classic Rock 106.9.