Houston Texans Final Score / Post-Game Recap: Texans 9, Dolphins 17


Those who had one last hope for Nick Caserio, David Culley and the Tyrod Taylor era, would highlight his first six quarters and how much worse they were with Davis Mills. Today Taylor returned to the field. The Houston Texans weren’t prepared by the dolphins showing double gap pressure ‘A’, point drop and edge blitz. Taylor was 23 for 42 for 231 yards and averaged 5.5 yards per attempt. He also had three interceptions with zero touchdowns. Was it rusty? Sure. Was the game plan horrible? Damn it, yeah. Was Taylor good? A categorical no. This last flap was cremated.

Together, the Dolphins and the Texans cooked a giant pot of terrible chili. The two teams combined for nine turnovers and just 26 points. In the first half, the Texans forced three turnovers, made three trips to the red zone and scored just six points. They managed three more in the second half.

Jacoby Brissett pulled off his first runner-up victory with Tu’a Tagovailoa sidelined with a broken finger. Somehow, he was better than Taylor, against a terrible defense from the Texans, and had a quarterback rating of 64.5 to Taylor’s 42.8. Neither team was able to run the ball. Both teams returned the ball. The difference was the end of the Dolphins’ half-touchdown after a Taylor interception, where he tried to throw the ball, putting them at the Houston 26-yard line. Mack Hollins beat Terrance Mitchell on a slant road.

The Texans weren’t prepared. David Culley had another COWARD field goal. The defense couldn’t attack and was only able to occasionally build pressure against an atrocious offensive line, with only one true NFL-caliber player. It’s as bad as it gets. Don’t be surprised if Culley and his team are made redundant at the end of this season.

We were right. Texans are terrible. This idea of ​​culture was not created. Good players create culture, unlike Danny Amendola and Rex Burkhead. It was a horrible offseason, they should have unplugged earlier, and this season was a season of stagnation. Nothing matters. There is no key player on this team. The only thing that does is what they get for Deshaun Watson after the season.

The Texans are goodbye next week. Thank God. They return on Sunday November 21 to play the Titans of Tennessee in Nashville.

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