Texans vs. Patriots: Live Score, Analysis for AFC Divisional Matchup
Tom Brady throws for 344 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Patriots to a 41-28 victory over the Houston Texans. Brady's win gives him an NFL record 17 postseason wins as a quarterback. New England will play the Houston Texans in the AFC Championship next weekend.
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Tom Brady gets NFL-record 17th postseason win as Patriots advance to AFC championship game for 7th time under Bill Belichick.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 14, 2013
Game over. The Patriots will host the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship next Sunday.
Who realizes that all the bye teams won this weekend but Denver?— Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) January 14, 2013
Andre Johnson makes the grab for the first down.
No team scored more than 24 points in the Wild Card games. All 8 teams scored at least 28 points in the Divisional Round.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 14, 2013
Stephen Gostkowski sneaks it through the uprights from 38 yards and the Patriots look to have sealed this one.
Tom Brady and the Patriots take a knee on 3rd-and-11 to run 40 seconds off the clock. There's now 1:18 left to play with Gostkowski coming on to the field to attempt the field goal.
We're at the two minute warning. The Patriots lead by 10 and face 3rd-and-11 on the 19.
Huge day from the Patriots' two running backs.
With a win today, Tom Brady would be alone at the top for most postseason wins by a QB.
Arian Foster catches the 1-yard touchdown on 4th & goal. Matt Schaub follows it up by hitting Andre Johnson for the two-point conversion.
Houston WR DeVier Posey, who scored their last touchdown, is carted off the field.
Schaub runs the draw play and is stopped short of the first but New England's Justin Francis is called offsides to put the ball on the one.
WHY are the Texans huddling?? You're down 18 points. My gosh.— Krissy B. (@krissybri) January 14, 2013
New England's Steve Gregory hits Kevin Walter with the helmet-to-helmet contact and is called for the 15 yard penalty.
The Patriots get a 64-yard punt and the Texans will start at their own 21-yard line.
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