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EYE ON THE PRIZE: WEEK 4

Posted by Kevin Bowen on October 2, 2012 – 11:25 am

Each week Colts.com will take a look at the rest of the AFC South and review the previous weekend’s games.

Texans 38 Titans 14

-The Texans are just one of three undefeated teams in the NFL thanks to their second AFC South win of the season. Houston put together another complete performance on both sides of the ball as the defense intercepted a pair of passes and returned them for a touchdown. Defensive end J.J. Watt had two of his team’s four sacks on the afternoon and now leads the NFL with 7.5 sacks after four games. Quarterback Matt Schaub had an efficient afternoon throwing for 202 yards on 20-of-28 passing and two touchdowns.

NEXT GAME: @New York Jets, Monday at 8:30 EST

 

Texans 38 Titans 14

-Facing a 14-7 halftime deficit, the Titans unraveled following intermission with a pair of interceptions thrown that were returned four touchdowns. Quarterback Jake Locker threw just two passes on the afternoon, leaving the game with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder early in the first quarter. Locker’s status is up in the air heading into Week 5. Backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was 17-of-25 for 193 yards and threw for two touchdowns to go along with his two interceptions. Running back Chris Johnson had a season high 141 yards on 25 carries. The 141 yards were 117 more than his previous season high.

NEXT GAME: @Minnesota, Sunday at 4:25 EST

 

Bengals 27 Jaguars 10

-The Jaguars jumped out to a 7-3 second quarter lead before Andy Dalton and the Bengals offense went to work. Dalton threw two and ran for another touchdown to push the Bengals second half lead out of reach for the home team. Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew was held to 38 yards on 13 carries. First round draft pick Justin Blackmon had a career high six catches for the Jaguars.

NEXT GAME: Chicago, Sunday at 4:05 EST.

 

2012 AFC South Standings

Houston 4-0

Indianapolis 1-2

Jacksonville 1-3

Tennessee 1-3

           


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