Texans looking for offensive consistency

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

HOUSTON (AP) - For the second week in a row, the Houston Texans used their comeback skills, rallying from a late eight-point deficit to beat the Tennessee Titans 30-24 in overtime.

The win was not without worries for the offense going forward.

After starting the game with a five-play drive that knifed through the Titans' defense for 80 yards and a touchdown, Houston failed to score in its six drives. In the process, the team gained just 77 yards and placekicker Randy Bullock missed two field goals.

By the final whistle the Texans totaled 452 yards and finished with another win on the last play of the game.

"The word for this week as we left our meeting today, the word's consistency," coach Gary Kubiak says.


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