Texans Defeat the Pats

Written by:  B. Keith "Grizz" Crear | SFL Photographer/Sports Blogger 

The Houston Texans defeated Bill Belichick and the Patriots on primetime TV Sunday night, and they did it the Texan way.

Watson passed for 234 yards and 3 TDs and caught a 6-yard TD pass from DeAndre Hopkins to what was an impressive trick play in the fourth quarter. That play erupted the stadium as Texans fan went NUTS. 

Watson and the Texans held steady throughout the game suprisingly against their biggest rival. The Patriots have always been a team that seems to shake and rattle the coaching playbook of Bill O’Brien. Belichick was like Bill’s kryptonite. They have had that Coach Klein and Coach Red Beaulieu type of chemistry. If you have seen the movie Waterboy, you will understand that analogy. LOL !

It was the first time that Watson and O’Brien beat the Pats in a most contrast, high energy and creative way as we have seen from previous games and wins. I think we haven’t seen this type of high impact game play since the beginning of the season when the Texans played the Saints in the Superdome.

The reason THIS game was so amazing to watch, was because not only was Belichick facing O’Brien but he was also facing Rome Crennel, who was formerly under him in New England.
Crennel constantly put pressure on Brady with Blitzes that caused to make some bad passes that resulted in a few interceptions. 

In the end, the Texans played strong to bring in a WIN at home, 28-22

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