What is the key to the Texans winning a road game?

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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    Too many threads about fire this guy , bench this guy..

    What is the key to winning on the road for the Texans (or any NFL team)?

    Offensively.
    get a lead early to quiet the crowd
    Run the ball effectively
    Keep the QB out of 3rd and longs and improve your 3rd down effeciency.
    No Turnovers


    Defensively
    Stop the run
    Create turnovers
    Pressure the QB


    We do that we win the ball game.

    We didn't do that last weekend.
    some on other threads need to give S.D. props and quit whinning because that is what they did to us.. Marty S.. good job.
    Texans we got our work cut out for us.. Lets get focused on this weeks game.
     
  2. Kingzofthejungle

    Kingzofthejungle Rookie

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    Staying at Home. No that didn't work! Just kidding! Not that the Lions know alot about winning on the road, but here are my keys!

    Score early and often.
    Limit turnovers (Most Important)
    Limit Penalties
    Run the Ball
    Stop the Ball
    Win The Time of Possession Battle
    Get some Luck
    Take the Crowd out of it
    Keep your composure
     
  3. thegr8fan

    thegr8fan All Pro

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    score more points than the opposing team. idonno: :hehe:
     
  4. HoustonLionsFan

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    You stole my line :thumbdown LOL
     
  5. Reddevil63

    Reddevil63 Hall of Fame

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    Keep the crowd out of the game, every thing else is an underscore to this.
    Wether that be controlling to clock, limiting big plays for the opposing offense and a good consistant run game. All of that will keep the crowd out of it and limit confusion and penalties and ultimatly turnovers.
     

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