The Texans faced the Vikings in a week 5 matchup at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Jadeveon Clowney finished with a career-best four tackles for loss on Sunday in Minneapolis.
But he wasn't interested in re-living any personal highlights. "We didn't win," the defensive end said, when told about his stats.
Clowney tallied eight total tackles on the afternoon, but was disappointed in the end result, which was a 31-14 triumph by the Vikings.
"It just started off rough," Clowney said. "Penalties hurt us. I had a personal foul hurt us." He said he and his teammates are looking ahead to Week 6 and the Sunday night matchup with Indianapolis.
"We gotta get ready for the Colts and get ready for next week," Clowney said. "You just gotta pick it up and play complementary football all together. Defense and offense have to pick it up together. Both sides."
The Texans are now 3-2, and have lost both games played on the road in 2016.
The Texans got set for the matchup with the Vikings in Minneapolis.