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Exascor
10-02-2012, 10:13 PM
Thought this would be an interesting thread for people to follow as the season moves along. I'm sure others will find additional records/firsts to add to the list. Let's try to keep it to realistic, achievable records. Not things like Schaub throwing for over 4.7k yards. The season is still young but many of these are on pace to be reached/surpassed. I researched these but could have missed something so let me know if anything seems wrong and I'll fix it.

-Wins to Start a Season: 4, 2012 current streak ongoing*
-Overall Record: 10-6, 2011 **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011
-Home Wins: 6, 2007 & 2008
-Road Wins: 5, 2009 & 2011
-Division Wins: 4, 2004 & 2011
-AFC Wins: 8, 2011 (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Jets, Ravens & Vikings
-Most Points in a Season: 390, 2010
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 14, Mario Williams 2007
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993

RTP2110
10-02-2012, 10:36 PM
Nice thread; will be fun to track.

HJam72
10-03-2012, 08:41 AM
Nice to know the Texans have already accomplished something the Oilers never did, even if it is just a START to the season. :bravo:

Daravenator
10-03-2012, 08:44 AM
-First Victory Over Opponent: Jets, Ravens & Vikings

Jets- Yes

Ravens- Maybe (probably)

Vikings- Maybe (but I think yes)

HJam72
10-03-2012, 08:49 AM
Jets- Yes

Ravens- Maybe (probably)

Vikings- Maybe (but I think yes)

Has Balt.'s D fallen off THAT much, or is Minn. really looking THAT good? I figured the Ravens game would be our toughest game again--with the exception that I don't remember which games are at home or away...

Thorn
10-03-2012, 09:01 AM
Has Balt.'s D fallen off THAT much, or is Minn. really looking THAT good? I figured the Ravens game would be our toughest game again--with the exception that I don't remember which games are at home or away...

I'm still more wary of the Ravens and Pats more than I am anyone else on our schedule. Hell, I'm much more concerned about the Ravens game than I am Green Bay.

Daravenator
10-03-2012, 09:02 AM
Baltimore is giving up chunks of yardage. Had Greg Little not dropped what should have been a TD, the Browns-Ravens game may have turned out a lot different. Losing Suggs to an Achilles and Jarret Johnson to FA has put a big crimp in both the pass rush and stopping the run. And while Webb is an outstanding CB, his counterparts in Cary Williams and Jimmy Smith? Not so much. They give up way too much yardage. Reed is still Reed, but if you stay away from his side of the field you get Pollard. Who is great against the run and short passes, but is never going to stay with WR's downfield.

I guess I am used to the Ravens defense being #1, #2 or maybe #5. Not #23 (#13 rush, #29 pass).

The Vikes? Can't put my finger on it, other than just appear to be a tough team to play this year.

Texans host Ravens this year at Reliant.

thunderkyss
10-03-2012, 09:34 AM
Has Balt.'s D fallen off THAT much, or is Minn. really looking THAT good? I figured the Ravens game would be our toughest game again--with the exception that I don't remember which games are at home or away...

They've got a pretty good coach, they'll have a lot of things fixed by the time we play them.

Baltimore is going to be a tough game.

The Pencil Neck
10-03-2012, 11:44 AM
I expect nothing but a war with the Ravens even with that drop-off on the D because the O is trying to pick up the slack.

I'm expecting tough, tough games from the Packers, Patriots, Bears, and Vikings. Before the season, I expecting a tough game from the Lions but now I'm not so sure.

The surprise to me is the Vikings. I just can't figure out if they're for real or if they're one of those teams that's borderline and gotten lucky. Lose to the Colts and beat the Niners? Really?

Premier
10-03-2012, 11:45 PM
still looking for that first win in INDY..

Exascor
10-09-2012, 10:40 AM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012 current streak ongoing*
-Overall Record: 10-6, 2011 **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011
-Home Wins: 6, 2007 & 2008
-Road Wins: 5, 2009 & 2011
-Division Wins: 4, 2004 & 2011
-AFC Wins: 8, 2011 (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Ravens & Vikings (Beat Jets 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 390, 2010
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 14, Mario Williams 2007
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993

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Updated above. We are close on some. 2 road wins, 3 AFC wins, 2 consecutive wins from matching those records.

The Pencil Neck
10-09-2012, 01:13 PM
Also, the Oilers never started 5-0. So that could be added to the notes.

SheTexan
10-09-2012, 01:25 PM
Baltimore is going to be a tough game.

Yes, they will! That's why we're gonna need our 12th man to stand up and be heard! Same for the Packers game. Our fans are great, but, I think we're gonna need to step it up a notch or two! If we want our D to "step it up" because of the loss of Cush, then we need to do the same! Make their visit to Reliant a very miserable one! Send them home respecting the FANS of the Houston Texans!!

Seņor Stan
10-09-2012, 03:07 PM
+ Texans first primetime victory on the road...

Exascor
10-22-2012, 09:01 AM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 10-6, 2011 **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011
-Home Wins: 6, 2007 & 2008
-Road Wins: 5, 2009 & 2011
-Division Wins: 4, 2004 & 2011
-AFC Wins: 8, 2011 (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 390, 2010
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 14, Mario Williams 2007
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12

Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
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Updated Above

Exascor
10-22-2012, 09:55 AM
-The Texans are 2 AFC wins from matching that record.
-The team is on pace for 493 points scored & 293 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 63% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1506 yds, 20 rushing TDs & 6 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 21 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 6 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.9 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 4528 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)

Insideop
10-22-2012, 11:11 AM
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 6 interceptions. :yikes:

Is this the same KJ that everyone said was no good and would never be any good? Is this the same KJ that everyone said was a wasted draft pick?

Here's to you KJ, and here's to getting a lot more than 6 ints this season! :bravo:

Thorn
10-22-2012, 11:16 AM
I'm still more wary of the Ravens and Pats more than I am anyone else on our schedule. Hell, I'm much more concerned about the Ravens game than I am Green Bay.

:smiliepalm:

Don't listen to my predictions anymore. LOL

keyser
10-22-2012, 11:50 AM
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-AFC Wins: 8, 2011 (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
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No, max is 15 for AFC (though practically that's almost impossible, since 12-4 or better teams aren't likely to be in a wildcard game), 5 for NFC. Let's start setting our sights higher!

Exascor
11-05-2012, 10:37 AM
-The Texans are 1 AFC win from matching that record.
-The team is on pace for 474 points scored & 274 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 63% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1540 yds, 20 rushing TDs & 8 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 21 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 6 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 47.2 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 4579 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)

Exascor
11-14-2012, 08:48 AM
-The Texans are 1 AFC win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 road win from matching that record.
-The team is on pace for 444 points scored & 255 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 63% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1550 yds, 17 rushing TDs & 8 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 18 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 7 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.8 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 4506 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)

Exascor
11-19-2012, 09:12 AM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 10-6, 2011 **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011
-Home Wins: 6, 2007 & 2008
-Road Wins: 5, 2009 & 2011
-Division Wins: 4, 2004 & 2011
-AFC Wins: 8, 2011, 2012 (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 390, 2010
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 14, Mario Williams 2007
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12 & Jags 11/19/12

Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
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Updated Above

Exascor
11-19-2012, 09:12 AM
-The Texans are 1 home win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 road win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 division win from matching that record.
-The team is on pace for 468 points scored & 288 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 65% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1518 yds, 16 rushing TDs & 8 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 18 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 6 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.2 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 4788 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)

Exascor
11-19-2012, 09:13 AM
Single game records set:
-Most Passing Yards Game: 527 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12 (tied 2nd most in NFL history)
-Most Completetions Game: 43 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Passing TDs Game: 5 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Receptions Game: 14 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Receiving Yards Game: 273 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12 (9th most in NFL history)
-Most Yards from Scrimmage Game: 273 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12

Texan_Bill
11-19-2012, 09:32 AM
Single game records set:
-Most Passing Yards Game: 527 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12 (tied 2nd most in NFL history)
-Most Completetions Game: 43 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Passing TDs Game: 5 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Receptions Game: 14 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Receiving Yards Game: 273 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12 (9th most in NFL history)
-Most Yards from Scrimmage Game: 273 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12

Ties Warren Moon.

Speedy
11-19-2012, 11:34 AM
Single game records set:
-Most Passing Yards Game: 527 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12 (tied 2nd most in NFL history)
-Most Completetions Game: 43 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Passing TDs Game: 5 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Receptions Game: 14 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12
-Most Receiving Yards Game: 273 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12 (9th most in NFL history)
-Most Yards from Scrimmage Game: 273 Andre Johnson vs Jags 11/18/12

-Most Completetions Game: 43 Matt Schaub vs Jags 11/18/12

Also ties for 2nd most in NFL history.

Exascor
11-19-2012, 11:44 AM
Here's another one:
Net Offensive Yards Game: 640 vs Jags 11/18/12 (previous record 549 vs Green Bay 12/7/2008)

Exascor
11-23-2012, 04:39 PM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 10-1, 2012*** & 10-6, 2011 **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011
-Home Wins: 6, 2007 & 2008
-Road Wins: 5, 2009, 2011 & 2012 ***
-Division Wins: 4, 2004 & 2011
-AFC Wins: 8, 2011, 2012 (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 390, 2010
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 14.5, JJ Watt 2012 ( previous record - 14, Mario Williams 2007)
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12 & Jags 11/19/12

Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
***Ongoing
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Updated Above

Exascor
11-23-2012, 04:39 PM
-The Texans are 1 home win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 division win from matching that record.
-The team is on pace for 475 points scored & 307 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 64% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1547 yds, 17 rushing TDs & 8 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 21 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 5 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.3 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 5116 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)

Speedy
11-23-2012, 05:10 PM
Here's another one:
Net Offensive Yards Game: 640 vs Jags 11/18/12 (previous record 549 vs Green Bay 12/7/2008)

That has been changed to 653 yards.

Most yards receiving in back-to-back games in NFL history - 461, Andre Johnson.

ObsiWan
11-23-2012, 06:21 PM
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-Most Sacks in a Season: 14, Mario Williams 2007

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Updated Above

Per NFL.com, J.J. Watt now has 14.5. He has replaced Mario in the Texans' record books. And that's not counting the one they took off the books in the Miami game. :D

Exascor
11-23-2012, 07:00 PM
That has been changed to 653 yards.

Most yards receiving in back-to-back games in NFL history - 461, Andre Johnson.Yes sir. Nice catch. Thanks for the OT Lions! :lion:Per NFL.com, J.J. Watt now has 14.5. He has replaced Mario in the Texans' record books. And that's not counting the one they took off the books in the Miami game. :DYuppers. Updated it in a few posts above. I never felt Mario gave enough effort. Last big thing Mario has in the books is career sacks.

Exascor
12-03-2012, 09:35 AM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 11-1, 2012*** (previous record 10-6, 2011) **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011
-Home Wins: 6, 2007 & 2008
-Road Wins: 6, 2012*** (previous record 5, 2009 & 2011)
-Division Wins: 4, 2004, 2011 & 2012***
-AFC Wins: 9, 2012 (previous record 8, 2011) (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 390, 2010
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 15.5, JJ Watt 2012*** (previous record - 14, Mario Williams 2007)
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12 & Jags 11/19/12

Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
***Ongoing
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Updated Above

Exascor
12-03-2012, 09:36 AM
-The Texans are 1 home win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 win from matching the longest win streak.
-The team is on pace for 468 points scored & 295 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 64% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1469 yds, 17 rushing TDs & 6 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 20 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 5 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.7 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 5162 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)
-On pace for 6233 total yards gained (record is 6186, 2010)

76Texan
12-03-2012, 12:34 PM
-The Texans are 1 home win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 win from matching the longest win streak.
-The team is on pace for 468 points scored & 295 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 64% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1469 yds, 17 rushing TDs & 6 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 20 sacks.
-Kareem Jackson is on pace for 5 interceptions.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.7 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 5162 total yards allowed (record is 4571, 2011)
-On pace for 6233 total yards gained (record is 6186, 2010)I think most points scored in a season is a done deal.

We only need to average slightly more than 12 per game to get there.

I will not be happy if we don't have a play-off bye.

Exascor
12-03-2012, 01:21 PM
I think most points scored in a season is a done deal.

We only need to average slightly more than 12 per game to get there.

I will not be happy if we don't have a play-off bye.Agreed on both. The bye thing would be terrible. I'd rather not even think about it. heh

I found anotherrecord that could be reached:
Most Sacks by a Rookie: 6, Brooks Reed 2011
Whitney Mercilus has 5 sacks with 4 games left.

infantrycak
12-03-2012, 01:27 PM
What is the most sacks the Texans have had in a single game?

b0ng
12-03-2012, 01:30 PM
What is the most sacks the Texans have had in a single game?

Unfortunately Profootball-reference.com is down. Didn't Connor Barwin's 4-sack game against J-ville end up being like 6 or 7 sacks total for the Texans?

edit: it was 7 (http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=311127030)

Exascor
12-03-2012, 01:39 PM
What is the most sacks the Texans have had in a single game?I knew I forgot about one. This reminded me. Thanks cak. =)

Most turnovers in a game. The previous record was 5. That happened 5 times.
We had 6 vs Titans, 12/2/12

3 interceptions & 3 fumble recoveries.

Speedy
12-03-2012, 01:48 PM
What is the most sacks the Texans have had in a single game?

From the Texans website:

Established a season high with 6.0 sacks in the game. Houston’s defense registered 4.0 sacks vs. Tennessee (9/30), in Week 7 vs. Baltimore (10/21) and in Week 9 vs. Buffalo (11/4). The 6.0 sacks were tied for the second-most in team history and were the most since Houston tied a franchise record with 7.0 at Jacksonville on 11/27/11.

76Texan
12-03-2012, 01:51 PM
Unfortunately Profootball-reference.com is down. Didn't Connor Barwin's 4-sack game against J-ville end up being like 6 or 7 sacks total for the Texans?

edit: it was 7 (http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=311127030)

LOL, I just found that

76Texan
12-03-2012, 01:53 PM
Agreed on both. The bye thing would be terrible. I'd rather not even think about it. heh

I found anotherrecord that could be reached:
Most Sacks by a Rookie: 6, Brooks Reed 2011
Whitney Mercilus has 5 sacks with 4 games left.

I like Mercilus's chance now that he plays a lot of snaps.

thunderkyss
12-03-2012, 01:54 PM
What was the fewest INTs thrown by a QB?

& the fewest sacks given up by the Texans?

76Texan
12-03-2012, 02:08 PM
What was the fewest INTs thrown by a QB?

& the fewest sacks given up by the Texans?

INT is a no go. Schaubie and Yates combined for 9 last year.
Schaub already got there by himself.

infantrycak
12-03-2012, 02:09 PM
What was the fewest INTs thrown by a QB?


In a full season it is 11 with Carr in 2005. Of course he only had 14 TD's.

Right now Schaub is at 9 INT's with 21 TD's.

76Texan
12-03-2012, 02:11 PM
What was the fewest INTs thrown by a QB?

& the fewest sacks given up by the Texans?

Previous low in sack allowed is 22; right now we're at 15.

I think we have a very good shot at this.

Exascor
12-05-2012, 03:34 PM
According to 610am, JJ Watt is getting credit for another sack in the Titans game. That's 16.5 for the season. He's on pace for 22.

Exascor
12-13-2012, 11:21 AM
Most Sacks by a Rookie: 6, Whitney Mercilus 2012 & Brooks Reed 2011

-The Texans are 1 home win from matching that record.
-The team is 1 division win from breaking that record.
-The team is 1 NFC win from matching that record (Texans have never beaten the Vikings)
-The team is on pace for 449 points scored & 324 points allowed.
-Schaub has completed 64% of his passes. That record looks out of reach this season.
-Foster is on pace for: 1412 yds, 17 rushing TDs & 6 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 20 sacks.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.9 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 6151 total yards gained (record is 6186, 2010)

thunderkyss
12-13-2012, 11:36 AM
Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.9 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)


He's been a breath of fresh air. Watching him & Braman on Special teams is the only thing that makes it bearable.

Exascor
12-17-2012, 08:57 AM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 12-2, 2012*** (previous record 10-6, 2011) **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Home Wins: 6, 2007, 2008 & 2012
-Road Wins: 6, 2012*** (previous record 5, 2009 & 2011)
-Division Wins: 5, 2012*** (previous record 4 2004 & 2011)
-AFC Wins: 10, 2012 (previous record 8, 2011) (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4)
-First Victory Over Opponent: Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 394, 2012 (previous record 390, 2010)
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011
-Most Sacks in a Season: 19.5, JJ Watt 2012*** (previous record - 14, Mario Williams 2007)
-Most Sacks by a Rookie: 6, Whitney Mercilus 2012 & Brooks Reed 2011
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12 & Jags 11/19/12


Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
***Ongoing
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Updated Above

Exascor
12-17-2012, 08:58 AM
-The Texans are 1 home win from breaking that record.
-The team is 1 NFC win from matching that record (Texans have never beaten the Vikings)
-The team is 1 division win sweeping the AFCS. (Texans have never won in Indy)
-Foster is on pace for: 1500 yds, 16 rushing TDs & 8 100 yd games.
-Watt is on pace for 22 sacks.

Some other records that could go down this season:
-Donnie Jones is averaging 46.8 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-On pace for 6188 total yards gained (record is 6186, 2010)

Exascor
12-23-2012, 06:02 PM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 12-3, 2012*** (previous record 10-6, 2011) **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Home Wins: 6, 2007, 2008 & 2012
-Road Wins: 6, 2012*** (previous record 5, 2009 & 2011)
-Division Wins: 5, 2012*** (previous record 4 2004 & 2011)
-AFC Wins: 10, 2012 (previous record 8, 2011) (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4) <Not reachable in 2012>
-First Victory Over Opponent: Lost to Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 400, 2012 (previous record 390, 2010)
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Most Sacks in a Season: 20.5, JJ Watt 2012*** (previous record - 14, Mario Williams 2007)
-Most Sacks by a Rookie: 6, Whitney Mercilus 2012 & Brooks Reed 2011
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003
-Playoff Bye: Never
-Best Record in AFC: Never
-Best Record in NFL: Never
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12 & Jags 11/19/12


Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
***Ongoing
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thunderkyss
12-23-2012, 07:25 PM
Didn't know where to post it.

Andre just got 100 catches for the season. For the third time in his career. He's got 1457 yards, 43 yards from 1500

badboy
12-23-2012, 07:31 PM
Hard for me to focus on what we have when I see what we could be. Probably will re-evaluate after season over and my "mad" evaporates. It is a good season but days like New England and Minnesota irk the pee pee out of me.

TejasTom
12-23-2012, 07:56 PM
Didn't know where to post it.

Andre just got 100 catches for the season. For the third time in his career. He's got 1457 yards, 43 yards from 1500

Also became second-fastest player to reach 800 in a career, doing so in his 137th career game. Marvin Harrison reached the milestone in his 131st game, with a much better QB.

Exascor
12-26-2012, 09:05 AM
-The team is 1 division win sweeping the AFCS. (Texans have never won in Indy)
-Foster needs 2 rushing TDs to tie his team record.
-Watt needs 2 sacks to tie the NFL record.
-Donnie Jones is averaging 47.1 yds per punt (record is Hartmann: 44.4, 2011)
-Andre Johnson needs 119 receiving yards to break his team record.

Exascor
12-31-2012, 11:57 AM
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-Wins to Start a Season: 5, 2012*
-Overall Record: 12-4, 2012 (previous record 10-6, 2011) **
-Consecutive Win Streak: 7, 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Home Wins: 6, 2007, 2008 & 2012
-Road Wins: 6, 2012 (previous record 5, 2009 & 2011)
-Division Wins: 5, 2012 (previous record 4 2004 & 2011)
-AFC Wins: 10, 2012 (previous record 8, 2011) (maximum is 12)
-NFC Wins: 3, 2007, 2008 & 2009 (maximum is 4) <Not reachable in 2012>
-First Victory Over Opponent: Lost to Vikings (Beat Jets & Ravens 2012)
-Most Points in a Season: 416, 2012 (previous record 390, 2010)
-Least Points Allowed in a Season: 278, 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Pass Completion %: 68.3, David Carr 2006 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Rushing Yards: 1616, Arian Foster 2010 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Rushing TDs:16, Arian Foster 2010 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Most 100 yds Rush Games: 9, Arian Foster 2011 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Most Sacks in a Season: 20.5, JJ Watt 2012 (previous record - 14, Mario Williams 2007)
-Most Sacks by a Rookie: 6, Whitney Mercilus 2012 & Brooks Reed 2011
-Most Interceptions in a Season: 7, Marcus Coleman 2003 <Not reachable in 2012>
-Playoff Bye: Never <Not reachable in 2012>
-Best Record in AFC: Never <Not reachable in 2012>
-Best Record in NFL: Never <Not reachable in 2012>
-Farthest Playoff Advancement: Divisional Round (2nd round), 2011

-Most Points Scored in a Game: 43 vs Ravens 10/21/12 & Jags 11/19/12


Notes:
*Houston NFL record as well
**Best Houston Oilers season record - 12-4 1993
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The following records were set as well:
-Avg Yards per Punt: 47.2, Donnie Jones 2012 (previous record 44.4, Brett Hartmann 2011)
-Receiving Yards: 1598, Andre Johnson 2012 (previous record 1575, Andre Johnson 2008)