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DeAndre Hopkins' extends TD streak in loss

DeAndre Hopkins and his touchdown streak continued after the Pro Bowl receiver scored in Sunday's 20-14 loss against the Indianapolis Colts. Hopkins has caught a touchdown pass in five consecutive games, becoming the first player in Texans history to do so.

With 6:11 remaining in the fourth quarter, Tom Savage threw his first career passing touchdown to Hopkins, a 34-yard deep pass to the endzone. The fifth-year veteran caught a short pass for a 12-yard gain one play earlier on the six-play, 75-yard scoring drive. The Texans trailed 20-14 after the score.

Hopkins finished with a team-high six catches for 86 yards and the touchdown on Sunday. He now has eight touchdowns on the season and is currently tied for the third-most receiving touchdowns in a single season in franchise history through just eight games. **

Take a look at the best photos as the Texans took on the Colts at NRG Stadium.

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