Charlie Pallilo on Radio 790 just gave a very interesting stat. *When the Texans didn't blitz, the opposing QB had a 75.5% completion rate. *When the Texans did blitz, the opposing QB had a completion rate of 52.5%. I look at these numbers and it affirms my feeling of how bad our secondary really is and how bad our front 4 rush really is. It's been said that if you live by the blitz, you die by the blitz. But in the case of the Texans, it could end up a slower less painful path to death, one that may even give them some extra time to find that miracle curative avenue to resuscitation.