Published: Fri, November 22, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Houston Texans' win over Indianapolis Colts comes with fumble controversy

Houston Texans' win over Indianapolis Colts comes with fumble controversy

Trailing 20-17 with 1:48 left to play in Thursday night's game against the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard swears he made a play that could have changed the outcome of the game. With 2,038 yards down in their Baltimore's first 10 games of the season is the seventh team since 1970 and the first since the 1978 Patriots (2,029 yards on the ground) with at least 2,000 yards on the ground in its first 10 games. "I've got to make those", he said, brushing off any suggestions that he struggled due to injury or lost practice. Because it's not that you don't want to share it. with people, but the disadvantage, which would be to lose the player, "is much greater than the advantage of sharing information with someone you care about".

While many expected Houston to be in the running for a divisional crown, Indy has to be considered a surprise after the sudden the retirement of Andrew Luck prior to the start of the regular season.

"He's played some wonderful games here, but today it wasn't their day", said Hopkins.

Colts coach Frank Reich said the plan was to play Hilton no more than 30 snaps because it was his first game since October 27 against Denver.

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"I give him credit for wanting to be on the field", Reich said. "Obviously, it was a good opportunity for us to take sole possession and have a sweep of Houston, but it didn't work out that way". "So that was part of the plan".

The Colts were driving down the field to score, but a Brennan Scarlett stop on fourth-and-7 at the Houston 47-yard line ended the series.

After gaining a 3-0 lead in the second quarter, a Watson pass was deflected and picked off by Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II.

"We wanted quantity that day", said DeCosta, whose team entered the draft holding the 16th overall pick and who, along with Newsome, "secretly loved" the Louisville quarterback. One hundred percent on me.

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