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By the numbers: Top-10 Texans in 2012

Posted by Nick Scurfield on January 1, 2013 – 10:23 am

J.J. WattOn Monday, we looked at where the Texans ranked statistically as a team in the 2012 regular season. Here’s a look at individual Texans players who ranked in the top 10 of the NFL in various categories:

QB Matt Schaub
6th in completion percentage (64.3)
10th in passing yards/attempt (7.37)
9th in passer rating (90.7)

RB Arian Foster
1st in rushing attempts (351)
6th in rushing yards (1,424)
1st in rushing TDs (15)
8th in yards from scrimmage (1,641)
1st in scrimmage touchdowns (17)

WR Andre Johnson
4th in receptions (112)
2nd in receiving yards (1,598)

DE J.J. Watt
1st in sacks (20.5)
T-10th in passes defensed (16)
1st in stuffs (tackles for loss on running plays) (23.5)
T-9th in forced fumbles (4)

ILB Tim Dobbins (missed 2 games, hamstring/shoulder injuries)

T-1st in opponent fumble recoveries (4)

CB Kareem Jackson, CB Johnathan Joseph, FS Danieal Manning
T-10th in INTs returned for touchdown (1)

K Shayne Graham
T-5th in field goals made (31)
5th in points, kickers (138)

P Donnie Jones
10th in punting average (47.2)
T-10th in punts inside 20 (28)

WR Keshawn Martin
5th in punt return average (12.1)

OLB Bryan Braman (missed 2 games, hamstring injury)
T-7th in special teams tackles (16)
4th in solo special teams tackles (14)

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3 Responses to “By the numbers: Top-10 Texans in 2012”

  1. By Michael on Jan 1, 2013 | Reply

    I would be interested to see the first half of the season stats compared to the second.

  2. By Nick Scurfield on Jan 2, 2013 | Reply

    Here’s my blog post with their rankings through 8 games, after Week 9:


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