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Texans trick play defeats the Patriots


The Houston Texans must have watched the Miami Dolphins game earlier on Sunday because the Texans pulled off their own trick play in their 28-22 victory over the New England Patriots Sunday evening.  With 9:58 to go in the fourth quarter, Houston had the ball on New England’s six-yard line.  

Texans QB handed the ball off to the running back, who appeared to be revving up for an off-tackle run on first and goal.  However, the running back pitched the ball to WR DeAndre Hopkins on an end-around.  Hopkins continued to run towards the right.  As Hopkins was about to be tackled, he pitched the ball back to Watson, who scored a touchdown.

The score put the Texans ahead 28-9 at the time.  They needed that TD because the final score ended up 28-22.  The win keeps Houston on top of the AFC South Division.


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