His mom and family ended up with both his scores as they took in the game from the crowd

Texans player of the game: Hopkins makes big play after big play


DeAndre Hopkins may not have led the Texans in receiving yards but he made some huge plays to get the Texans into position to win the game.

Hopkins would show off his hands and heavy ankles early as he extended out of bounds to snag a Deshaun Watson pass.

The Texans would go on to kick a field goal later in the drive.

Hopkins would find his own points later.

The Texans best pass catcher was aided by the return of his partner in crime Will Fuller. The deep threat of the speedy Fuller helped a ton in opening things up for Hopkins and forcing the occasional single coverage on Hopkins. Fuller would finish the day with 7 catches for 140 yards.

Hopkins again showed why he is one of the best in the NFL decimating the Colts secondary. Will Fuller's return helped a ton but Hopkins made the big key plays in a fantastic win over an AFC South foe.


How the Astros yet again embarrassed Bill O'Brien and the Texans

Composite photo by Jack Brame

The Houston Astros have been interviewing anybody and everybody in their search for a new manager.

While the Houston Texans have taken a different approach by refusing to listen to outside opinions and hiring from within to fill their opening at defensive coordinator.

ESPN 97.5's Joel Blank shares his take on why the Astros continue to run circles around the Texans when it comes to leadership and management from the top down.

Point Blank is presented by Fitz Roofing.

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