NFL Wild Card Weekend: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans Live
Arian Foster rushes for 140 yards as the Houston Texans beat the Cincinnati Bengals 19-13 in the first Wild Card game of the Playoffs. Houston will face the New England Patriots in Foxboro next weekend.
The Texans advance to play at New England next weekend.
140 yards and a touchdown for Arian Foster.
Texans never lost when Foster runs for 100, and the Bengals after setting franchise record for sacks never get to Schaub.— Brad Johansen (@bradjohansen) January 6, 2013
Matt Schaub let out a big smile after converting that 3rd down.
Matt Schaub's pass to Garrett Graham is caught for the first down. With 2:23 remaining, the Texans have a chance to drain a lot of clock here.
On 4th-and-11, Dalton's pass to Marvin Jones is complete but short of the first down. They turn the ball over with 2:44 left.
Awful, late safety help from whoever that was on the Texans. More accurate throw from Dalton and Cincy would've gotten the lead there.— BTSC Steelers (@btsteelcurtain) January 6, 2013
That two TDs Dalton has missed on this quarter. Short on the last one. Long on this one.— Nick Underhill (@Nick_Underhill) January 6, 2013
Dalton overthrows AJ Green on 3rd & 11. The Bengals will go for it on 4th.
the only 3rd down conversion of the game for Cincy comes on that penalty— trey wingo (@wingoz) January 6, 2013
Shiloh Keo gets called for PI on 3rd & 11 to give the Bengals a 1st down.
Bengals yet to convert on eight 3rd downs with 4:17 remaining. #9 kinda huge.— Brad Johansen (@bradjohansen) January 6, 2013
Dalton is sacked by Brooks Reed on 2nd down. The Bengals call timeout facing a 3rd & 6.
The Texans punt the ball away on 4th & 1 and the Bengals will start at their own 20-yard line with 6:15 remaining in the 4th quarter.
Said early on if Schaub has time we have issues. Yet to be sacked, 27-36, 243 yds.— Brad Johansen (@bradjohansen) January 6, 2013
So far in 7+ post season quarters.. Andy Dalton has 0 TD passes and 4 Interceptions— trey wingo (@wingoz) January 6, 2013
James Casey's first catch of the day goes for 20 yards.
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