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Houston (CBS Houston) - After firing Gary Kubiak, Bob McNair told his players he didn’t care about draft order.  All he wanted to do was win.

That emphatic declaration wasn’t able to stop the Texans from dropping their 12th straight game 25-3 to the Colts.  Andrew Luck was in control from the start, leading the Colts an an 11 play 80-yard touchdown drive to start the game.

The Texans turned a Johnathan Joseph interception into a 49-yard field goal in the first quarter but it would be the last time they scored.

Despite bringing officials into practice this week, Wade Phillips was unable to cure the Texans recent penalty issues. They were flagged 14 times for 114 yards.

The Colts dominated all aspects of the game, including picking off Case Keenum twice.

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