Big plays punctuate Texans opening drive

The Texans utilized big plays on their opening offensive series, and scored a touchdown when Case Keenum found Arian Foster for a 10-yard touchdown pass.

The five-play, 83-yard drive lasted just 2:30, and was opened with a pair of Keenum tosses to Andre Johnson. The first one went 29 yards up the middle, and the second was an 11-yarder to the right sideline.

After that, Foster was stopped in the backfield for a loss of one, and it brought up the only second down the Texans would face on the drive.

The Texans prepare to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the final regular season game of 2014.

Keenum then completed a 2nd-and-11 shovel pass to Damaris Johnson, who blazed to his right and up the sideline to the 10-yard line, for a 34-yard gain.

From there, Foster caught a quick pass to the left, got past a few defenders and into the end zone for the score.

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