Another week, another opposition touchdown courtesy of an interception.
It’s becoming normal for the Houston Texans, who for the fifth straight week (FIFTH!!!) threw a pick-six interception, though this time it wasn’t quarterback Matt Schaub on the wrong end of the INT.
Schuab, who has thrown a pick-six interception in four straight games (which is an NFL record) didn’t do so today, though, he didn’t play a full game as he twisted his ankle in the Texans’ third quarter against the St. Louis Rams.
That allowed backup quarterback T.J. Yates to come in and things started off positive as Yates marched Houston down the field, putting them in scoring position. Of course, it didn’t end too well though as Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree, on a fourth and three stepped into the passing lane, snagged the throw and took it to the house for a 80-plus yard return.
It was just one of many low-lights for the Texans today who are getting absolutely blistered by the Rams, in Houston, complete with raining boo birds from the stands.
H/T Bleacher Report