Oct 252012

Last week: 2 (+0)

Record: 6-1

I thought about moving Houston back up into the #1 spot, but let’s see how good the Ravens actually are first. If they’re as bad as the Texans made them look, then that’s not as impressive of a win and the Texans’ struggles with the only good NFC team they’ve faced is troubling. The NFC is by far the better conference and while Houston looks to be by far the best team in the AFC, they’ll have to beat an NFC team to win the Super Bowl.


QB Matt Schaub: 23 of 37 for 256 yards and 2 touchdowns, 3 drops, 2 batted passes, 1 throw away, 99.3 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 15 of 39 drop backs (2 sacks, 7 of 13, 1 touchdown, 1 drop, 1 throw away)

WR Andre Johnson: Caught 9 passes for 86 yards on 9 attempts on 37 pass snaps, 2.1 YAC per catch

FS Glover Quin: 5 solo tackles, 1 assist, 2 batted passes, allowed 3 catches for 19 yards on 7 attempts, 1 pass deflection, 1 interception

LE JJ Watt: 1 quarterback hit and 1 quarterback hurry on 47 pass rush snaps, 2 batted passes, 4 solo tackles, 2 stops

ROLB Connor Barwin: 1 sack, 3 quarterback hits, and 3 quarterback hurries on 39 pass rush snaps, 1 batted pass, 2 solo tackles, 3 stops

ROLB Whitney Mercilus: 1 sack and 4 quarterback hurries on 14 pass rush snaps, 1 batted pass, 1 stop

P Donnie Jones: 5 punts for 240 yards, 2 inside 20, 1 return for 1 yard, 47.8 net yards per punt


MLB Bradie James: 1 solo tackle, 1 missed tackle, allowed 2 catches for 12 yards on 3 attempts

LOLB Brooks Reed: 1 quarterback hurry on 28 pass rush snaps, 3 solo tackles, 1 stop

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