The Houston Texans took control of the AFC South on Thursday Night Football with a closely fought win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Both teams started the night with 6-4 records, but it was the Texans that came up with the big plays when it mattered, with DeAndre Hopkins finishing with six catches for 94 yards and two touchdowns.
The divisional encounter now leaves Houston top, but with all three rivals still in the hunt for postseason games.
Sabrina Greenlee, sits in the same spot in the end zone— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 22, 2019
Close enough to hear the ball smack against the turf
She can't see her son, but she knows he's there
She lost her vision 17 years ago in an acid attack@DeAndreHopkins gives his mum the 🏈 after every touchdown ❤️ pic.twitter.com/GLpR3CeWOZ
As well as Hopkins, Will Fuller impressed (seven passes for 140 yards) against a Colts’ secondary that struggled all night. While the Colts enjoyed success running the ball, right up until the Texans defense halted a fourth quarter potential game-winning drive.
Having been taken apart by the Baltimore Ravens last week, this was the perfect response from a Texans side that still harbours slim Super Bowl hopes.
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