October 24, 2019

The Houston Texans had to settle for a defeat as when they visited the Indianapolis Colts over the weekend. The Colts won the game 30-23 after massive leads in the first and third quarters.

Quarter 1

Pascal made an impressive dive over the Texans' defense to secure the first touchdown for his team. It was during the final five minutes of the game. This was also the only time when any of the teams got on the scoreboard during the first quarter.

Quarter 2

Fairburn scored an attempt from 47 yards out to make an impact on the scoreboard for the first time. Minutes later Deandre had a touchdown that was disallowed. However, Fairburn scored for the visitors from a 31-yard attempt to narrow down the lead of the home team.

Hilton nonetheless ensured that the Colts extended their lead with an impressive touchdown. Before the second quarter ended, the Fairburn scored yet again from a 26-yard attempt.

Quarter 3

Kobe made an impressive throw which was initially ruled out during the fifth minute of the third half. However, after further review, the touchdown was awarded to the home team who extended their lead. Coutee made an impressive run down the corner for a Texans’ touchdown. Pascal later forced his way into the Texans' end zone in the final minutes of the third quarter for a Colts’ touchdown.

Quarter 4

Deandre secured the final touchdown for the Texans in the final six minutes of the game. Anger secured the final two points for the Colts to seal the win. Check the next update for how the Redskins and 49ers faced off.