The Texans fall to O-2

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The Houston Texans fell into an early 14-0 hole after the Titans fake punt that was returned for a touchdown and the number of wild cats that they were able to employ in their offensive strategy really had the Houston Texans on there heels.

Mike Vrabel may seem to be the better Coach than Bill O'Brien with the aggressive play-calling which us asTexans fana steady call-out Bill O'Brien for being too conservative and it's just a continuous pattern that we continue to see.

Bill O'  Brien’s football team was very undisciplined considering the Texans had 11 penalties 5 offensive which kill momentum and first down conversations.

DeShaun Watson did play better he look very in sync with his guys and he shook some rust off because his performance was much better than last Sunday. But all in all this was a divisional opponent with the backup quarterback, third-string offense lineman,Delanie Walker their number one weapon didnt play the Texans had no business losing this game.

Will Fuller was very impressive. He is a great route Runner and his speed is deceptive. Deep comebacks, quick routes, go routes he's able to put a lot of pressure on defenses. It's very obvious he is a crucial piece to the offense so staying healthy is vital.

The defense was exceptional most of the day. the Titans only touchdown Drive which made the score 14-0 came in 1st Quarter,after that they forced four three-and-outs and five punts over those five drives. The only sack of the day came from outside linebacker Duke Ejiofor 

who seem to put pressure on pass rush and he should continue to get better throughout the season.

The Texas fell to 0-2  after two games on the road, but Sunday's loss to the divisional rival Tennessee Titans stung. Houston was unable to kick a game-tying field goal as the clock ran out on Deshaun Watson and they lost 20-17.

The Texas need to correct their mistakes and move forward, much like they did in 2015 after a turbulent 0-2 start that ended in the AFC South championship.

The Texans will host their home opener for the 2018 season on Sunday when they face the New York Giants.