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Oct 05 2008

Houston Texans Last Few Minute Epic Fail

While waiting for the Patriots game to start, Vasken and I were watching the Houston Texans vs. Colts game. The Colts were winning 10-0, but the game got very interesting. After the first quarter the Colts were leading 10-0, but that was quickly erased when the Texans turned on the heat and scored 27 straight points.

Going into the last 5 minutes in the game, the score was 27-10 Houston. However, the tides changed once Houston quarterback Sage Rosenfels decided to try and fly over the hit and he lost the ball. The Colts recovered the ball and ran it back for a touchdown. (27-17 Houston) The Colts tried to onside kick the ball and knocked it out of the receiving teams hand and followed it by running it into the end zone for a touchdown (27-24 Houston). Finally Rosenfels was sacked again and the ball was stripped out on the 19 yard line. Manning threw it in for a touchdown to make the game 31-27 Colts. The Texans tried one more time to win the game, but failed again when the Colts intercepted the ball to close the game.

It was the worst meltdowns in the history of the young franchise!

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