The Texans scored four touchdowns and led by as many as ten points against New England but still lost 34-31 on Sunday. Breakfast with the Bulls takes a look at the game, and offers some other observations from Reliant Stadium:
-Gary Kubiak returned to coaching on the sideline for the first time in 28 days.
-The roof at Reliant Stadium was open for the second time this season.
-Brian Cushing was on the field without crutches, catching up with teammates before the game.
-Arian Foster was sitting on the bench before the game for the first time since his back surgery in California.
-Robert Horry from the Houston Rockets, Astros legend Larry Dierker, Brian Ching of the Houston Dynamo, and Texans Ambassador Chester Pitts were at the game as the Homefield Advantage captains.
-Fans were checking out the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales as part of the pregame festivities on the northeast side of Reliant Stadium.
-Young MC performed his 1989 hit "Bust A Move" at halftime. He was originally schedule to perform in Week 9 during the Colts game but the performance was cancelled after Kubiak collapsed. Watch the Grammy Award winner's halftime show here.
-Andre Johnson caught 8 passes for 121 yards and reached a career milestone. He even passed Jerry Rice whom he referred to as "the greatest receiver to ever play." Read more here.
-Ben Tate had the best rushing day of his career and dedicted one of his scores to Foster, whom he referred to as "the big homey." Read more here.
-Case Keenum ran in his first ever touchdown and said he had been looking forward to spiking the ball, which he did.
-Read the complete game story here.
With the loss, the Texans fall to 2-10 on the season but have a short week as they head to Jacksonville for the Thursday night primetime game.