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The game on Sunday between the Texans and Redskins was nothing short of spectacular. The crazy battle went into overtime, but the Texans eventually took it with a great performance late in the game. The whole ordeal ended in a stunning 30-27. Baseball scores.

Though both teams were pushing hard for the win, the Broncos ended up on top. A few impressive stats came out of the encounter. Here is a quick breakdown of what happened. Their quarterback threw for 497 yards, after which they rallied from a 17-point deficit, and managed to close the game in their favor. The offensive line was effective against the powerful Redskins. It was the teams first ever OT win. It was a game that, after producing nearly 1,000 yards of offense wasn’t done until Neil Rackers kicked a 35-yard field goal with 3:24 left in the extra period. Basketball scores.

The Redskins tried to rally against the Texans, but failed to find what it took to clinch the game. They were within a field kick of victory. Yet, they just couldn’t get it as the time ran down. The Houston defense was simply too strong.  While they were struggling with the defense, the offense cut them down. Matt Schaub completed 38 of 52 passes for 497 yards. All in all, the team appeared quite composed on the field. NFL scores.

While the Redskins did give a very good game, they merely fell apart in the last minutes of play. Though the Texans overran them, they do have a bright future this season. Everything is ramping up to what looks like a good year for these teams. The rest of the season is looking pretty solid for the Texans, and with their improved offensive line, they are in a prime position to deliver an unforgettable performance this year. Be sure and follow it all at

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