Houston came out of Wild Card Weekend with the NFL's top-ranked defense after also finishing the 2016 regular season with the No. 1 overall defense. The Texans defeated the Oakland Raiders last Saturday by a 27-14 margin, which tied the team's highest point total all season.
Houston limited Oakland to 203 total net yards and 2-of-16 (12.5%) on third down, both of which were the second-lowest opponent totals in franchise postseason history. The Texans also became the first team since the Chicago Bears in 2007 to register three takeaways and 3.0 sacks, while committing no turnovers and allowing no sacks in a playoff game.
You can see the full depth chart for Saturday's playoff game below.