5 Reasons The Houston Texans Will Clinch Their First Ever Playoff Birth In 2010

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5 Reasons The Houston Texans Will Clinch Their First Ever Playoff Birth In 2010
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Coach Gary Kubiak is prepared to lead his Texans to their first post-season.

The Houston Texans have not made the playoffs since entering the league in 2002. Coming off their first winning season in 2009, The Texans are looking to clinch their first ever playoff birth. Since taking over for Dom Capers in 2006, Coach Gary Kubiak has vastly improved The Texans from being a laughing stock, to a playoff contender. With a high powered passing offense, and a newly discovered running game, Kubiak's Texans have the right ingredients to make a playoff push, and possibly contend with The Indianapolis Colts for  The AFC South division title. 

Now, 5 reasons why The Houston Texans will make the 2010 playoffs.

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