Texans vs. Colts: Takeaways from Houston's 27-24 Loss Against Indianapolis

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Texans vs. Colts: Takeaways from Houston's 27-24 Loss Against Indianapolis
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If the Houston Texans' season wasn't lost before Sunday night, now it is. 

It looked as if the Texans might pull off an upset against one of their biggest division rivals, but instead the Indianapolis Colts showed once again why they are perhaps the best fourth-quarter team, putting a dagger in the hearts of Houston fans at home. 

The game had pretty much everything, including a scary situation with head coach Gary Kubiak, who collapsed at half time and was carted off the field. 

It was hard to fault Case Keenum in his second start of the year, and after so much talk about the offense, it looked like the week of rest did the play-calling some good—even though kicker Randy Bullock will probably be spending some more time at home now. 

The Texans came undone in the second half. There was a lot of good to take away from this game even in the face of defeat. Here's a look. 

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