Texans lose horribly in Playoffs against Chiefs

Written by B. Keith Crear III | SFL Photographer & Blogger

On Jan 12th 2020, the Houston Texans BLEW a 24pt lead to allow the Kansas Chiefs to defeat them and lose the 2nd round playoffs. Sunday's win has deemed the Chiefs to have the greatest comeback in history. Does this scenario sound FAMILIAR? 

They say history repeats its self. And on Sunday, it SURELY did, well somewhat. 

If you recall the former Houston team (Oilers) blew a 35-3 lead in the 1992 Playoffs against the Bills to ultimately lose. It looked like that football curse closed the loop the previous week when the Texans defeated the Bills in round 1 of the playoffs, as the Bills had a 16pt lead lost the game. 7 days later, the Texans blew a 24-0 lead in the second quarter and didnt catch the wave for the rest of the game and unfortunately losted by 20pts, ending the game, 31-51. 

Don't know what all the hoopla is about because this type of gameplay that the Texans showed was nothing new. The roller-coaster, bad play calling and player mistakes took control of the game. O'Brien and the Texans took control and advantage of the First Quarter Struggling Chiefs to where the Texans put up 14pts within 2min into the game. This momentum didnt last long as Houston began to become out of sync to where Kansas City and Mahomes began to dominate.  

Coach O'Brien became the target of online backlash IMMEDIATELY following the game, BUT Watson had a few words for the media and online critics....

"As long as I'm at Quarterback, He's cool with me. Yall can say whatever yall want, I'm always gon root that man"

Well, Texans fans, we will be watching the rest of the Play-off series on the couch. 

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