Despite the loss on Sunday at Tennessee, several miscellaneous milestones occurred.
Cornerback Kareem Jackson played in his 100th game as a Texan, and it tied him with former tight end Owen Daniels for the 8th -most in franchise history. Jackson also logged a pair of tackles on the day, and is now tied with former cornerback Dunta Robinson for the 4th-most career tackles with 396.
Receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught seven passes for a season-high 123 yards. It was the 13th time in his four-year career to crack the century mark in a game, and it tied him with Andre Johnson in Texans history for the most 100-yard receiving games in the first four years of a player's career. He also passed Johnson for the most receptions in the first four years of a Texans' career when he caught his 312th ball.
Punter Shane Lechler played in his 270th career game, and in the NFL record books is now tied with Tony Gonzalez for 21st in all-time games played.
Kicker Nick Novak connected on a 26-yard field goal in the third quarter, and it was his 35th field goal of the season, a new career high.
The Texans will host the Raiders at NRG Stadium next weekend in the Wild Card round of the AFC playoffs.
Texans fans showed up strong to support their team in Week 17 at Nissan Stadium.