Short-Handed Patriots fall to Houston Texans 28-22

Payton Beasley, Writer and Editor

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The New England Patriots have defeated the Houston Texans 28-22 on Sunday Night Football. The Patriots were absolutely short-handed and a lot of their players were injured.  But anyways, let’s get into it.
The Houston Texans started off great. They were up 21-9 in the fourth quarter due to DeShaun Watson having a spectacular showing, and they peformed great. Then… Brady ALMOST did it again, pulling his team with two touchdowns and attempting to come back. But as the time winded down, the Texans shocked the Patriots. Here is the best play. DeShaun Watson had 234 yards and 3 touchdowns, while running 4 times, but not gaining any yards, and had a recieving touchdown from DeAndre Hopkins. Hopkins himself had a nice night, for 5 catches and 64 yards.

But, as always, we cannot forget the patriots. Tom Brady threw for 326 yards and 3 touchdowns. Julian Edelman had 6 recemptions and 106 yards and a score. James White, who ran for 79 yards and had 84 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns, should have been the MVP of this game considering he was the mian piece to the New England Patriots. The defense was missing its usual key pieces due to illness, so thats why their defense was not so great. In the meantime, the Texans took advantage of what the Patriots mishaps had, and won.

Congratulations to the Houston Texans on a W!