TweetCap: The 15 Best Tweets From Texans Vs. Titans

The Houston Texans took on the Tennessee Titans in their 3rd home game of the season. They were able to take home the win 27-20 to improve 3-1 on the season. Here are 15 tweets that best sum up the Texans game vs. the Titans

The Texans took a lead 7-0 on a Brock Osweiler Touchdown pass to, of all people, CJ Fiedorowicz, a tight end!

The Texans took a 14-0 lead on an 80-yard drive that was capped off with a Will Fuller touchdown catch but highlighted by a 45-yard catch and run by TE Ryan Griffin. With Bill O’Brien now calling plays, things looked great for the Texans.

The Texans got called for a delay of game, knocking them out of FG range, but the Titans responded with too many men on the field and Nick Novak banged home a 53-yarder to tie a career long, prompting this Titans fan to censor himself.

And this assumption on Nick’s rankings in Houston’s sports lore.

If you didn’t know the context, Quintin Demps might find this comment about his interception offensive.

The very next play Brock Osweiler gave the ball back to the Titans thanks to a pick by one-half of the McCourty Brothers, Jason.

That is pretty stupid.

A weird set of circumstances at the end of the half caused the Texans to take a field goal try with 15 seconds left after a 4th down pass interference call on the Titans.  No one really knew why they kicked the FG on 1st down.

However, we learned later the Refs might have messed that up a bit. But we’d still like to see that 30 for 30.

The second half was pretty stale, but there was one HUGE play that not many people saw coming.

And the Texans held onto the 27-20 lead and won the game to improve to 3-1 on the season.


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