How To Solve the Houston Texans’ Running Game Woes

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Vik Vij in NFL
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Allow me to set the scene: The Texans have lost three games this season (so far). Two of those games have come down to one play. If we can leave the Jets debacle alone, the Texans have lost two games they could have won because of breakdowns in the running game. Both against Jacksonville in Week Three and Arizona in Week Five, the Texans were unable to punch the ball into the end zone from within the one-yard line. Granted, in both games, this score, had it happened, would have set the stage for the Texans to tie the game, not win it. It's possible the Jaguars could have gone down and kicked a field goal had Chris Brown not fumbled.á It's also possible they could have turned the ball over and the Texans could have won.á The point is we just don't know what could have happened ...

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