The Houston Texans will have their 2020 regular season finale on Sunday when the Tennessee Titans come to town. While the Texans have been mathematically eliminated from the postseason, several players are close to reaching career milestones with their performance on Sunday.
- Deshaun Watson needs at least 42 passing yards and to maintain a 70.0 completion percentage to join Drew Brees as the only players in NFL history to throw for at least 4,500 yards in a season and complete at least 70.0 percent of their passes.
- Brandin Cooks is 16 receiving yards away from becoming the second player in NFL history to record over 1,000 receiving yards with four different teams, joining Brandon Marshall.
- J.J. Watt needs at least three passes defensed to join Jason Taylor as the only defensive linemen in history to record at least 10 passes defensed in three different seasons.
- Zach Cunningham needs at least seven total tackles to pass DeMeco Ryans (156 in 2006) for the second-most total tackles in a single season in franchise history.
- Tyrell Adams needs at least five total tackles to become the fifth player in franchise history with at least 120 total tackles and five tackles for loss in a single season.
- And a win would improve Watson's home record against the Titans to 3-0.
The Texans will host the Titans on Sunday for their Fan Appreciation Game. Kickoff has been flexed to 3:25 p.m. CT on CBS and SportsRadio 610.
Check out some photos from the Houston Texans last practice of 2020.