A Texans season expected to go further than any ever has, moved Sunday to unprecedented territory.
In an otherwise routine start-to-finish 30-12 rout of the Cleveland Browns, the Texans used their first-ever run of three-consecutive double-digit wins to move to three games better than .500 for the first time in franchise history.
In control by halftime before 71,511 at Reliant Stadium, the second largest home crowd in Texans history, the Texans spent most of the second playing keep away with the ball, satisfied to use clock on their way to a presumably tougher test next week in Tampa.
The Browns did not get in the end zone until there was 4:47 left in the game with Colt McCoy passing to Josh Cribbs for a two-yard touchdown. Shaun Cody picked off McCoy’s pass for a two-point conversion with the Texans leading 30-12.
The Texans continued to run the ball, finishing with 261 yards on the ground, the most in franchise history.
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