Just saw a jaw-dropping stat: Texans' opponents have gotten inside our 20 a total of 16 times so far this season. On 15 of those 16 occasions, they came away with the TD. The only time the opponent didn't score a TD was when Jacksonville kicked a second-down FG in overtime to win the game. I'm not sure what the all-time record is for poor redzone defense, but the Texans have got to be challenging it 5 games into the season. It is almost impossible to be worse. For all the talk about our offense's struggles in the redzone, I'm surprised I haven't seen this mentioned before.