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The Texans
• Can improve to 2-1 all-time in the postseason with a win.
• Can remain undefeated at home in the playoffs with a win.
• Can outrush their opponent for the third consecutive postseason game and the 13th time overall this season.
• Can win time of possession for the 14th time overall this season.
• Can hold their opponent to 300 or fewer yards of offense for the third consecutive postseason game and the eighth time overall this year.
• Can limit their opponent to 20 or fewer points for the third consecutive postseason game and the 10th time overall this season.

RB Arian Foster
• Can become the first player in NFL history to rush for 100 or more yards in his first three career playoff games.
• Can become the eighth player in NFL history to rush for 100 or more yards in three consecutive postseason games.
• Can rush for a touchdown in his third consecutive postseason game.

WR Andre Johnson
• Can surpass 100 receiving yards for the second consecutive playoff game.

OLB Brooks Reed
• Can record a sack in his third consecutive postseason game. Reed had 1.0 sack in the 2012 AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Cincinnati (1/7/12) and 2.5 sacks in the Divisional Playoff at Baltimore (1/15/12).

QB Matt Schaub
• Can make his first start in a playoff game. Schaub saw action in the 2005 NFC Championship Game as a member of the Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia (1/23/05).

DE J.J. Watt
• Can record a sack in his third consecutive postseason game. Watt had 1.0 sack in the 2012 AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Cincinnati (1/7/12) and 2.5 sacks in the Divisional Playoff at Baltimore (1/15/12).

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