Even though the Patriots built a double digit lead by the end of the third quarter, The Texans made it an eight point game in the fourth before New England pulled away.
There’s been a lot of talk about what it will take to stage one of the biggest upsets in playoff history.
The Texans worked for 12 months to get another shot at advancing past wild card weekend and the effort paid off.
The past doesn’t matter. All that matters is tomorrow.
The goal was to invade Nashville, sharpen up the offense and earn a double digit win season for the first time in four years.
After everything they’ve been through this year, including a three game losing streak that started in late November, the Texans found a way to dig deep and clinch the division.
There have been lot of questions thrown my way about the long term ramifications of Tom Savage being named the starter against the Cincinnati Bengals.
We don’t know what’s going to happen in the next two weeks.
All week long Bill O’Brien has been saying he “doesn’t care” about Jacksonville’s record.
The Texans came to Indianapolis with the division on the line and left with a hard earned win that reignited their season.