Found January 07, 2012 on Texans Gab:
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) is sacked by Houston Texans defensive tackle Earl Mitchell (92) during the fourth quarte Playoff football was back in Houston Saturday, and the Texans, at one point a team that looked like it could be the #1 seed in the AFC, were ready for it. Andre scored on a 40-yard pass, and Arian Foster had a huge day on the ground, and the Texans ran to a 31-10 victory over the bungling Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday in an AFC wild-card game. “This is something not just for me, but for the whole organization,” the Texans star receiver said. “It’s a very special feeling. That’s probably the most I’ve smiled in a long time.” Rookie J.J. Watt helped with a TD on a pick late in the second half, and T.J. Yates had a solid day through the air. Foster raced to two touchdowns and 153 yards. Watt came through with a leaping interception return for a touchdown late in the first half, Yates threw a pinpoint pass to Johnson in the third quarter and Foster followed wi...
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