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Postgame notes: Texans 34, Lions 31

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 22, 2012 – 6:07 pm

DETROIT — Courtesy of the Texans’ public relations staff, notes from Week 12 at Ford Field, where the Texans beat the Detroit Lions in overtime 34-31:

THE WIN

·         Was the 75th victory in Houston Texans regular-season history.

·         Improved the Texans’ record to 10-1 on the season. The 10 wins matches the most in one season in team history. Houston went 10-6 in 2011.

·         Made the Houston Texans the third team in NFL history to play two overtime games in a five-day span. The others involved the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears in 1994. Both teams went to overtime on Nov. 26 before playing each other and going to overtime on Dec. 1.

·         Was the second consecutive overtime win for the Texans and improved Houston’s overtime record to 3-7 all-time and 2-2 on the road.

·         Was Houston’s fifth consecutive win on the road, which is the longest such streak in team history.

·         Gave Houston its second five-game win streak of the season, the second-longest winning streak in team history behind a seven-game streak from 10/23/11-12/11/11.

·         Improved Houston’s record against Detroit to 2-1 and was the Texans’ first win at Ford Field.

·         Improved the Texans’ record against the NFC North to 2-1 on the season.

·         Improved Head Coach Gary Kubiak’s record to 57-50 overall, 23-30 on the road and 3-3 in overtime.

THE TEXANS OFFENSE

·         Gained 501 total yards in the game. It was the fifth-most yards gained in a game in team history and the fifth 500-yard outing in team history. Following the 640-yard outing on Sunday vs. Jacksonville, it marks the first time in team history that the Texans posted back-to-back 500-yard games.

·         Overcame a double-digit deficit to win for the second consecutive game. The 10-point deficit

·         Outrushed the Lions 205-106. Houston improved to 9-0 this season and 46-16 under Head Coach Gary Kubiak when outrushing their opponents.

·         Trailed at the end of the first quarter for the third time this season. Houston improved to 2-1 when trailing after the opening period.

·         Trailed at halftime for the second time this season. Houston improved to 1-1 this season when trailing at intermission.

·         Were tied after three quarters for the first time this season. Houston has led going into the fourth quarter in eight games and trailed twice.

·         Lost the time of possession for the first time this season, holding the ball for 35:38 to Detroit’s 37:01. It ended a streak of 11 consecutive games in which Houston won the time of possession battle.

THE TEXANS DEFENSE

·         Gave up their first rushing touchdown of the season when Detroit RB Mikel Leshoure scored from 2 yards out to cap the Lions’ first drive of the game. Houston had not allowed a rushing touchdown in the first 219 opponent rushing attempts this season.

·         Forced a turnover for the 20th time this season when SS Danieal Manning pried the ball away from Detroit TE Brandon Pettigrew in overtime.

G BRANDON BROOKS

·         Made his professional debut when he took the field as part of the kick protection unit on an extra point in the second quarter. He was inactive for Houston’s first 10 games this season.

CB ROC CARMICHAEL

·         Made his professional debut when he took the field for the opening kickoff. He spent his rookie season on the Reserve/Injured list with a shoulder injury and was inactive for Houston’s first 10 games this season.

TE OWEN DANIELS

·         Caught his career-best sixth touchdown pass of the season when he hauled in a 9-yard scoring throw from QB Matt Schaub in the second quarter. Daniels had five touchdowns in 2006 and 2009.

·         Extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 78 with a 7-yard catch in the first quarter.

·         Started his 86th game, which ties him with WR Kevin Walter and former Texans RT Eric Winston for third on the team’s all-time games started list.

RB JUSTIN FORSETT

·         Scored on an 81-yard run in the third quarter. It was the longest run of his career and the longest run in Texans franchise history. Forsett’s previous long was a 35-yard run vs. Tampa Bay on 12/20/09 as a member of the Seattle Seahawks. The previous long for the Texans was a 74-yard touchdown run by Arian Foster on 10/3/10 at Oakland.

RB ARIAN FOSTER

·         Scored his 40th career rushing touchdown on a 6-yard run in the second quarter. The touchdown was his 11th of the year on the ground and his 13th overall this season.

·         Surpassed 1,000 rushing yards for the season on a 7-yard run in the third quarter. He entered the game with 962 yards on the season. Foster is the first Texans back to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards three times.

·         Topped 100 rushing yards for the sixth consecutive game on the road. He finished the day with 102 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns.

·         Found the end zone for the second time in the game when he scored from a yard out in the fourth quarter. It was Foster’s third game this season with multiple touchdowns and the 14th of his career.

K SHAYNE GRAHAM

·         Kicked his fifth career game-winning field goal when he connected on a 32-yarder in overtime.

WR ANDRE JOHNSON

·         Recorded his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the season and his second in a row. He finished the game with nine catches for 188 yards. The 188 yards were the fifth-most in his career.

·         Has gained 461 yards in his last two games. That two-game total is the most in NFL history by a player in consecutive games. The previous high two-game total was by Chad Johnson for Cincinnati, who had 260 yards vs. San Diego on 11/12/06 and 190 at New Orleans on 11/19/06 for a total of 450 yards.

·         Surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the sixth time in his career. He entered the game with 870 yards on the season.

·         Passed Hall of Fame RB Marshall Faulk (767) for 26th on the NFL’s all-time reception list and WR Keyshawn Johnson (10,571) for 31st on the League’s all-time receiving yards list when he juggled and caught a 43-yard pass in the second quarter. The reception gave him 768 catches for 10,606 yards.

·         Extended his franchise-record streak of consecutive games with a reception to 93 with a 37-yard catch in the second quarter.

P DONNIE JONES

·         Punted three times in the first quarter and had each punt downed inside the Detroit 20-yard line. His first two punts traveled 52 and 53 yards, and his third was a 36-yarder that was downed at the Lions 10-yard line.

SS DANIEAL MANNING

·         Forced a fumble for the third consecutive game when he ripped the ball out of Detroit TE Brandon Pettigrew’s arms in overtime. He became the seventh player in Texans history to force three or more fumbles in one season.

·         Led the team with nine tackles, including eight solos, and had two passes defensed in addition to his forced fumble.

WR KESHAWN MARTIN

·         Passed RB Vernand Morency for the second-most kickoff return yards by a rookie in Texans history. Morency had 437 yards as a rookie in 2005. WR Jerome Mathis holds the club rookie record with 1,542 yards, also in 2005.

C CHRIS MYERS

·         Started his 75th consecutive game with the Texans and his 91st consecutive game overall.

QB MATT SCHAUB

·         Started his 75th game for the Texans and improved his record to 42-33.

·         Orchestrated the fifth game-tying drive and the 10th game-winning drive of his career.

·         Surpassed 300 passing yards for the second consecutive game, completing 29-of-48 pass attempts for 315 yards with a touchdown and an interception, giving him a passer rating of 78.0.

·         Threw his 19th touchdown pass of the season and the 117th of his career when he hit TE Owen Daniels for a 9-yard score in the second quarter.

ILB DARRYL SHARPTON

·         Recovered a fumble for the first time in his career when he fell on a ball that was ripped out by SS Danieal Manning in overtime.

DE ANTONIO SMITH

·         Established a career single-season high with his third pass defensed of the year when he tipped a pass by Detroit QB Matt Stafford on the first play of the second quarter. Smith had two passes defensed in 2010 and 2011.

WR KEVIN WALTER

·         Started his 86th game, which ties him with TE Owen Daniels and former Texans RT Eric Winston for third on the team’s all-time games started list.

DE J.J. WATT

·         Broke the Texans single-season sack record on his third sack of the game. The sack gave him 14.5 on the year, topping the previous mark of 14.0 by Mario Williams in 2007.

·         Batted down his 12th and 13th passes of the season when he deflected a throw in the third quarter and another in overtime. His 13 passes defensed tied the NFL record for most by a defensive lineman in a season. Hall of Fame DE Reggie White had 13 passes defensed in 1991.

·         Became the second player since sacks became an official stat in 1982 to record 14 or more sacks and 13 or more passes defensed in the same season. Hall of Fame DE Reggie White had 15.0 sacks and 13 passes defensed for Philadelphia in 1991.

·         Set a career high with 3.0 sacks in the game, topping his previous best of 2.5 in Week 3 this season at Denver (9/25). It was the sixth time in Texans history that a player had 3.0 or more sacks in a game.

MISCELLANEOUS STATS

·         Inactive players for the Texans were NT Shaun Cody, ILB Tim Dobbins, T Andrew Gardner, CB Johnathan Joseph, WR DeVier Posey, RB Ben Tate and G Cody White.

·         Captains for the Texans were ILB Tim Dobbins, WR Andre Johnson, FS Shiloh Keo, C Chris Myers, QB Matt Schaub, DE Antonio Smith and DE J.J. Watt. Schaub, Johnson and Watt went to midfield for the pregame coin toss.

·         The Lions won the toss and elected to receive the opening kickoff.


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Third-quarter notes: Texans 24, Lions 24

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 22, 2012 – 2:30 pm

DETROIT — Courtesy of the Texans’ public relations staff, notes from the third quarter of Week 12 at Ford Field, where the Texans and Lions are tied 24-24:

THE TEXANS
·         Were tied after three quarters for the first time this season. Houston has led going into the fourth quarter in eight games and trailed twice.

RB JUSTIN FORSETT
·         Scored on an 81-yard run in the third quarter. It was the longest run of his career and the longest run in Texans franchise history. Forsett’s previous long was a 35-yard run vs. Tampa Bay on 12/20/09 as a member of the Seattle Seahawks. The previous long for the Texans was a 74-yard touchdown run by Arian Foster on 10/3/10 at Oakland.

RB ARIAN FOSTER
·         Surpassed 1,000 rushing yards for the season on a 7-yard run in the third quarter. He entered the game with 962 yards on the season. Foster is the first Texans back to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards three times.

DE J.J. WATT
·         Batted down his 12th pass of the season when he deflected a throw in the third quarter. Watt is the fourth player since 1982 to record 12 or more sacks and 12 or more passes defensed in the same season.

THE TEXANS
·         Were tied after three quarters for the first time this season. Houston has led going into the fourth quarter in eight games and trailed twice.

RB JUSTIN FORSETT
·         Scored on an 81-yard run in the third quarter. It was the longest run of his career and the longest run in Texans franchise history. Forsett’s previous long was a 35-yard run vs. Tampa Bay on 12/20/09 as a member of the Seattle Seahawks. The previous long for the Texans was a 74-yard touchdown run by Arian Foster on 10/3/10 at Oakland.

RB ARIAN FOSTER
·         Surpassed 1,000 rushing yards for the season on a 7-yard run in the third quarter. He entered the game with 962 yards on the season. Foster is the first Texans back to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards three times.

DE J.J. WATT
·         Batted down his 12th pass of the season when he deflected a throw in the third quarter. Watt is the fourth player since 1982 to record 12 or more sacks and 12 or more passes defensed in the same season.


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Second-quarter notes: Lions 21, Texans 14

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 22, 2012 – 1:12 pm

DETROIT — Courtesy of the Texans’ public relations staff, notes from the second quarter of Week 12 at Ford Field, where the Texans trail the Lions 21-14:

THE TEXANS
·         Trailed at halftime for the second time this season. Houston is 0-1 this season when trailing at intermission.

G BRANDON BROOKS
·         Made his professional debut when he took the field as part of the kick protection unit on an extra point in the second quarter. He was inactive for Houston’s first 10 games this season.

TE OWEN DANIELS
·         Caught his career-best sixth touchdown pass of the season when he hauled in a 9-yard scoring throw from QB Matt Schaub in the second quarter. Daniels had five touchdowns in 2006 and 2009.

RB ARIAN FOSTER
·         Scored his 40th career rushing touchdown on a 6-yard run in the second quarter. The touchdown was his 11th of the year on the ground and his 13th overall this season.

WR ANDRE JOHNSON
·         Passed Hall of Fame RB Marshall Faulk (767) for 26th on the NFL’s all-time reception list and WR Keyshawn Johnson (10,571) for 31st on the League’s all-time receiving yards list when he juggled and caught a 43-yard pass in the second quarter. The reception gave him 768 catches for 10,606 yards.

QB MATT SCHAUB
·         Threw his 19th touchdown pass of the season and the 117th of his career when he hit TE Owen Daniels for a 9-yard score in the second quarter.

DE ANTONIO SMITH
·         Established a career single-season high with his third pass defensed of the year when he tipped a pass by Detroit QB Matt Stafford on the first play of the second quarter. Smith had two passes defensed in 2010 and 2011.


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First-quarter notes: Lions 7, Texans 0

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 22, 2012 – 12:40 pm

DETROIT — Courtesy of the Texans’ public relations staff, notes from the first quarter of Week 12 at Ford Field, where the Texans trail the Lions 7-0:

THE TEXANS
·         Gave up their first rushing touchdown of the season when Detroit RB Mikel Leshoure scored from 2 yards out to cap the Lions’ first drive of the game. Houston had not allowed a rushing touchdown in the first 219 opponent rushing attempts this season.

·         Trailed at the end of the first quarter for the third time this season. Houston is 1-1 when trailing after the opening period.

CB ROC CARMICHAEL
·         Made his professional debut when he took the field for the opening kickoff. He spent his rookie season on the Reserve/Injured list with a shoulder injury and was inactive for Houston’s first 10 games this season.

TE OWEN DANIELS
·         Extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 78 with a 7-yard catch in the first quarter.

P DONNIE JONES
·         Punted three times in the first quarter and had each punt downed inside the Detroit 20-yard line. His first two punts traveled 52 and 53 yards, and his third was a 36-yarder that was downed at the Lions 10-yard line.

DE J.J. WATT
·         Sacked Detroit QB Matthew Stafford for a 7-yard loss on the first play of the game, raising his season total to 12.5. The sack moved him past DE/OLB Mario Williams (12.0, 2008) for the second-highest single-season total in team history. Williams holds the franchise record with 14.0 sacks in 2007.

MISCELLANEOUS STATS
·         Inactive players for the Texans were NT Shaun Cody, ILB Tim Dobbins, T Andrew Gardner, CB Johnathan Joseph, WR DeVier Posey, RB Ben Tate and G Cody White.

·         Captains for the Texans were ILB Tim Dobbins, WR Andre Johnson, FS Shiloh Keo, C Chris Myers, QB Matt Schaub, DE Antonio Smith and DE J.J. Watt. Schaub, Johnson and Watt went to midfield for the pregame coin toss.

·         The Lions won the toss and elected to receive the opening kickoff.


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Texans-Lions inactives, lineup changes

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 22, 2012 – 10:19 am

DETROIT — Here are inactives and lineup changes for the Texans’ Week 12 game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Kickoff is at 11:30 a.m. CT.

Texans inactives
11 WR DeVier Posey
24 CB Johnathan Joseph
44 RB Ben Tate
52 ILB Tim Dobbins
66 T Andrew Gardner
67 G Cody White
95 NT Shaun Cody

Texans starting lineup changes
Earl Mitchell will start at nose tackle for Shaun Cody. Darryl Sharpton will start at inside linebacker for Tim Dobbins. Alan Ball will start at cornerback for Johnathan Joseph.

Lions inactives
16 WR Titus Young
17 QB Kellen Moore
21 CB Jacob Lacey
76 T Jeff Backus
78 T Corey Hilliard
97 DE Ronnell Lewis
99 DT Corey Williams

Lions starting lineup changes
Ryan Broles will start at wide receiver for Titus Young. Riley Reiff will start at left tackle for Jeff Backus. Nick Fairley will start at defensive tackle for Corey Williams. Drayton Florence will start at cornerback for Jacoby Lacey.


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Texans-Lions Week 12 Wednesday injury report

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 21, 2012 – 6:31 pm

The Wednesday (final) injury report for the Texans and Detroit Lions, who play at Ford Field in Detroit on Thanksgiving Day in Week 12 (notes: both teams had walk-through practices on Monday, so practice designations were estimations by both clubs of what players would have done in a full practice; bold indicates change in player’s status from previous day):

HOUSTON TEXANS

OUT
None

DOUBTFUL
WR DeVier Posey (Knee/Hamstring/DNP)

QUESTIONABLE
NT Shaun Cody (Back/Ribs/Limited), ILB Tim Dobbins (Shoulder/DNP), CB Johnathan Joseph (Hamstring/DNP), RB Ben Tate (Hamstring/DNP)

PROBABLE
DE Jared Crick (Neck/Full), TE Owen Daniels (Back/Full), SS Quintin Demps (Toe/Full), ILB Bradie James (Thumb/Full), WR Lestar Jean (Knee/Full), CB Brice McCain (Knee/Full), C Chris  Myers (Back/Full), OLB Jesse Nading (Foot/Full), ILB Darryl Sharpton (Neck/Knee/Hip/Full), DE Antonio Smith (Ankle/Limited), G Wade Smith (Knee/Ribs/Limited), QB T.J. Yates (R. Elbow/Full)

DETROIT LIONS

OUT
WR Titus Young (Non-Injury/DNP)

DOUBTFUL
T Jeff Backus (Hamstring/DNP)

QUESTIONABLE
S Louis Delmas (Knee), DT Nick Fairley (Illness/DNP), CB Drayton Florence (Concussion/Limited), Jacob Lacey (Foot/DNP), DT Corey Williams (Knee/Illness/DNP)

PROBABLE
DE Cliff Avril (Back/Limited), S Erik Coleman (Eye/Limited), K Jason Hanson (L. Foot/Full), DT Sammie Hill (Knee/Full), CB Chris Houston (Ankle/Limited), WR Calvin Johnson (Knee/Thumb/Limited), LB Ashlee Palmer (Chest/Limited), G Rob Sims (Hamstring/Limited), DT Ndamukong Suh (Knee/Full)


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Texans can clinch playoff berth in Week 12

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 20, 2012 – 9:37 pm

With six regular-season games still remaining, the Texans can become the first NFL team to clinch a playoff berth this week.

Here are the scenarios, as provided by the NFL:

Houston clinches a playoff berth with:
1) HOU win + TEN loss or tie + MIA loss or tie + NYJ loss or tie + CIN loss + SD loss or tie
2) HOU win + TEN loss or tie + MIA loss or tie + NYJ loss or tie + CIN loss or tie + PIT loss

Last season, the Texans clinched the AFC South title in Week 14, marking their first-ever postseason trip.

If the playoffs started today, the Texans (9-1) would have the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The Baltimore Ravens (8-2) would be the No. 2 seed, followed by the New England Patriots (7-3), Denver Broncos (7-3), Indianapolis Colts (6-4) and Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4).


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Texans-Lions Week 12 Tuesday injury report

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 20, 2012 – 5:06 pm

The Tuesday injury report for the Texans and Detroit Lions, who play at Ford Field in Detroit on Thanksgiving Day in Week 12 (notes: both teams had walk-through practices on Monday, so practice designations were estimations by both clubs of what players would have done in a full practice; bold indicates change in player’s status from previous day):

HOUSTON TEXANS

OUT
None

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
ILB Tim Dobbins (Shoulder), CB Johnathan Joseph (Hamstring), WR DeVier Posey (Knee/Hamstring), RB Ben Tate (Hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
NT Shaun Cody (Back/Ribs), DE Antonio Smith (Ankle), LG Wade Smith (Knee/Ribs)

FULL PARTICIPATION
DE Jared Crick (Neck), TE Owen Daniels (Back), SS Quintin Demps (Toe), ILB Bradie James (Thumb), WR Lestar Jean (Knee), CB Brice McCain (Knee), C Chris  Myers (Back), OLB Jesse Nading (Foot), ILB Darryl Sharpton (Neck/Knee/Hip), QB T.J. Yates (R. Elbow)

DETROIT LIONS

OUT
WR Titus Young (Non-Injury)

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
T Jeff Backus (Hamstring), CB Drayton Florence (Concussion),

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
DE Cliff Avril (Back), S Erik Coleman (Eye), S Louis Delmas (Knee), DT Sammie Hill (Knee), CB Chris Houston (Ankle), WR Calvin Johnson (Knee/Thumb), CB Jacob Lacey (Foot), LB Ashlee Palmer (Chest), G Rob Sims (Hamstring), DT Corey Williams (Knee)

FULL PARTICIPATION
K Jason Hanson (L. Foot), DT Ndamukong Suh (Knee)


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Texans-Lions Week 12 Monday injury report

Posted by Nick Scurfield on November 19, 2012 – 5:58 pm

The Monday injury report for the Texans and Detroit Lions, who play at Ford Field in Detroit on Thanksgiving Day in Week 12 (note: both teams had walk-through practices on Monday; practice designations were estimations by both clubs of what players would have done in a full practice):

HOUSTON TEXANS

OUT
None

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
CB Johnathan Joseph (Hamstring), WR DeVier Posey (Knee/Hamstring), LG Wade Smith (Ribs), RB Ben Tate (Hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
NT Shaun Cody (Back/Ribs), ILB Tim Dobbins (Shoulder), ILB Darryl Sharpton (Neck/Knee/Hip), DE Antonio Smith (Ankle)

FULL PARTICIPATION
DE Jared Crick (Neck), TE Owen Daniels (Back), SS Quintin Demps (Toe), ILB Bradie James (Thumb), WR Lestar Jean (Knee), CB Brice McCain (Knee), OLB Jesse Nading (Foot), QB T.J. Yates (R. Elbow)

DETROIT LIONS

OUT
WR Titus Young (Non-Injury)

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
DE Cliff Avril (Back), T Jeff Backus (Hamstring), S Louis Delmas (Knee), CB Drayton Florence (Concussion), DT Sammie Lee Hill (Knee), WR Calvin Johnson (Knee/Thumb), CB Jacob Lacey (Foot)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
S Erik Coleman (Eye), CB Chris Houston (Ankle), LB Ashlee Palmer (Chest), G Rob Sims (Hamstring), DT Ndamukong Suh (Knee), DT Corey Williams (Knee)

FULL PARTICIPATION
K Jason Hanson (L. Foot)


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