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Old 12-30-2013   #9
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By the Numbers: Texans 2013 season
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  • Despite losing 14 games, the Texans out-gained opponents by a total of 475 yards this season.

They have the worst record (2-14) of any team to ever out-gain opponents by that much in a season. The previous worst was the 4-12 Lions from 2012.

The Texans finished with just 11 takeaways all season. That is a new NFL record in a non-strike season. The Baltimore Colts had 11 in the strike-shortened 1982 season. They went 0-8-1.

  • Andre Johnson finished 2013 with 109 catches for 1,407 yards. Itís his fourth 100-catch, 1,400-yard season, tying him with Marvin Harrison for the most all time. He was just 93 yards shy of his fourth 100-catch, 1,500-yard season, which would have been the most all time.
  • DeAndre Hopkins finished his rookie season with 52 catches for 802 yards. He's the 42nd rookie since the merger to have 50 catches for 800 yards. He's one of two this year, along with Keenan Allen. He had the best rookie receiving year for a Texan since Johnson had 66 catches for 986 yards in 2003.
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