Five worst Texans moments of the 2013 season


The Houston Texans went from a 12-4 season and AFC South title to a fall-flat-on-their face team that won its first two games only to lose 14 in a row, setting a franchise record while embarrassing an organization and fanbase that had Super Bowl aspirations at the start of the year. Let’s take a look at what were the five worst moments of the season.

5. Texans get pummeled in Baltimore 30-9


This is where it all began, the disaster. After a promising 2-0 start, the Texans went to visit the Ravens hoping to start 3-0 and take down the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Joe Flacco was held to 16 completions for 161 yards and no touchdowns and was sacked twice, but Matt Schaub had no touchdowns, threw a pick-six and Tandon Doss had an 82-yard punt touchdown which helped Baltimore put this game away.

A dominant effort from the defense wasn’t enough, the Texans still found a way to get completely embarrassed, and this started their 14-game losing streak.

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