AFC Wild Card Houston Texans vs Oakland Raiders 1/7/2016

AFC Wild Card Playoff Game


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Weekly Release from Houston Texans

Houston Texans vs Oakland Raiders


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Houston Texans (9-7) vs Oakland Raiders (12-4)


Houston finished the 2016 campaign with the No. 1 overall defense for the 1st time in team history.

Quintin Demps led all NFL safeties and tied for 2nd in the NFL with 6 interceptions

Whitney Mercilus is leading the team in sacks with 7.5 and tied for the NFL lead with a career-high four fumble recoveriers

Jadeveon Clowney finished the regular season with 6 sacks and 16 tackles for loss

Lamar Miller with his second 1,000 yard rushing season of his career & third straight season with over 1,200 scrimmage yards.

DeAndre Hopkins leads the team in receiving yards and passed Andre Johnson in the record books for most receptions 9317), receiving yards (4,487) and receiving touchdowns (230 in the first four years of a player’s career in Texans History.

Oakland is averaging 373.3 net yards of offense and 26 points per game.

Raiders come into the game with 288 carries (most up the middle of the line)

A win against the Oakland Raiders would increase the Houston Texans all-time postseason record to 3-3 and the first playoff win since 2012

In addition improve the Texans postseason record at home 3-1 and improve Coach Bill O’Brien’s postseason record to 1-1


January 9, 2016: during the NFL AFC Wild Card playoff football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. Rudy Hardy/CSM

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Post Game Analysis

Texans vs Raiders Postgame Notes


Texans vs Raiders Postgame Transcripts


Listen to “Brock Osweiler Post Game Press Conference” on Spreaker.

Listen to “Jadeveon Clowney Post Game Conference after Raiders vs Texans Wild Card Game” on Spreaker.

Listen to “Bill O’Brien Post Game Press Conference Texans vs Raiders Victory” on Spreaker.

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