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Texans offense sets records in 1st half

The Texans offense had a record performance, scoring 30 points before halftime in Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans. It was the second-highest point total for a half in franchise history (34 vs. Indianapolis, 9/11/11) and the most under head coach Bill O'Brien.

The Texans scored on their first five possessions, recording 289 net yards of offense (193 passing, 96 rushing) and converting 21 first downs. Deshaun Watson completed 14-of-20 for 196 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He also rushed for 20 yards and one touchdown. Lamar Miller had a team-high 55 yards on 13 carries and also scored on a two-yard rushing touchdown. Ka'imi Fairbairn added a career-long 50-yard field goal.

The Texans headed into halftime with a 30-14 against the Titans.

See warmup photos from today's game.

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