Houston Texans (2-12) Try to Derail Denver Broncos (11-3)

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The Houston Texans attempt to break their 12-game losing streak and will enjoy home field advantage when they take on the Denver Broncos. Kickoff is set for 1:00 PM ET and the game can be seen on CBS. Houston has a 2-12 overall record and 1-6 home record. Denver has the upper hand as a 10.5 point favorite and has an 11-3 overall record with 4-2 away record.

Last week, the Texans were hammered 25-3 by the Colts. Joe Mays recorded 13 tackles. The Broncos are fresh off a 27-20 defeat versus the Chargers. Peyton Manning scored twice on top of going 27 for 41 for 289 yards and one pick.

The Broncos' pass defense gives up an average of 284.1 yards per game, 28th in the league, and might provide Houston with increased production in the passing game.


Broncos Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

A+

100+

P. Manning

393

580

4,811

47

10


Texans Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

C

75.9

M. Schaub

179

287

1,905

9

10

C+

77.7

C. Keenum

137

253

1,760

9

6

F

43.0

T. Yates

15

22

113

0

2


Broncos Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A-

90.9

K. Moreno

RB

224

939

4.2

10

C

72.2

M. Ball

RB

106

455

4.3

4

C

72.0

R. Hillman

RB

40

182

4.5

1


Texans Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

C+

78.8

B. Tate

RB

181

771

4.3

4

A

96.2

A. Foster

RB

121

542

4.5

1

C

75.5

D. Johnson

RB

37

154

4.2

0


Broncos Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A+

98.1

D. Thomas

WR

78

1,194

15.3

11

A-

91.5

E. Decker

WR

73

1,130

15.5

8

A-

91.0

W. Welker

WR

73

778

10.7

10


Texans Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A

96.4

A. Johnson

WR

99

1,295

13.1

5

B-

81.9

D. Hopkins

WR

47

759

16.1

2

B+

88.6

G. Graham

TE

49

545

11.1

5


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