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Texans Clinch AFC South With 29-17 Win Over Colts

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J.J. Watt points to the crowd after a defensive stop. (credit: Getty Images)

J.J. Watt points to the crowd after a defensive stop. (credit: Getty Images)

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HOUSTON  (AP)  –  The Houston Texansicon1 Texans Clinch AFC South With 29 17 Win Over Colts have a message for the Indianapolis Colts:

Now we own the AFC South.

The Texans are division champions for the second straight year after beating the Colts 29-17 Sunday.  Andre Johnson gained 151 yards receiving and a touchdown, Bryan Braman scored a special teams score on a blocked punt, and Shayne Graham kicked five field goals.

The Texans (12-2) grabbed their first AFC South title last season after the Colts nosedived without injured quarterback Peyton Manning.  Manning is gone to Denver and rookie Andrew Luck couldn’t do much against the inspired Houston defense.

The Colts (9-5) had won three straight games and needed a win to clinch a playoff berth a year after going 2-14 in 2011. Before that, they took the division seven times since Houston entered the league in 2002.

Thanks in great part to three sacks from J.J. Watt, Houston bounced back six days after an embarrassing 42-14 loss to New England on national television. The Texans will have home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs if they win out.

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