Through the first four games of the regular season, the Houston Texans have simply dominated inferior opponents to the tune of the first 4-0 start in franchise history.
The defense has turned in commanding effort after effort, and they have literally made life hell for opposing quarterbacks.
Aside from having a swarming pass rush, the Texans secondary play has been excellent, for the most part. Opposing quarterbacks have little time to throw with nobody open.
The offense has also been its deadly efficient self, taking huge chunks of playing time off the clock per drive on a consistent basis.
On such a great start to the season, it's tough to find anything wrong with this football team. Any problems the Texans have right now are likely overblown, and it will not be until the team gets into the harder part of the schedule that we get to find out what their true problems are.
Regardless, here is the good, bad and the ugly of the first quarter of the 2012 regular season.