Houston’s 8-game losing streak
Nashville-Tyler Taylor ran for two touchdowns, and threw 107 yard. On a rainy Sunday, the Houston Texans beat the Tennessee Titans 22-13. This ended the longest losing streak in NFL active-duty.
Desmond King was responsible for two of the four interceptions by the Texans. Three of these were made in the fourth quarter to limit the Titans’ response. These mistakes, including mistakes, were turned into 13 points by Houston. The Texans also had two quarterback sacks.
Since winning the first week, the Texans (2-8) have lost eight games in a row. They have not scored an away touchdown since September 19th.
Tennessee defeated Houston by 420 to 190 yards. The Titans’ disabled list grew due to the loss of receiver AJ Brown. They were unable recover from their mistakes, and Brown left the game with chest issues. The Tennessee team arrived at the game with 6 players injured, including 3 starters. They also added Bud Dupree and a further 3 casualties.
After their first loss since October 3, the Titans (8-3) have ended their six-game winning streak. The loss came against the New York Jets. The Texans hadn’t won since the previous week.