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Houston Texans Final Score And Post-Game Recap: Packers 28, Texans 26

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Oh no, the Texans lost a preseason game.

Houston Texans v Green Bay Packers Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images

Nothing really matters at all, and then when you take a look at the entire universe, nothing matters whatsoever—it’s all just like entropy—especially preseason football. Houston stayed in Green Bay after practicing against the Packers for two days, and lost to the same team in an exhibition game. It’s ok. Damn it just feels good to get back out there and hit somebody again.

Well, unless you are Greg Mancz, who was carted off the field and into the locker room, or Keke Coutee, who took the same commute. Both had apparent leg injuries. We’ll still be here when the official news breaks, and we better understand the severity of either injury. As of now it sounds like Coutee had an ankle injury.

Preseason football sucks y’all.

If either miss an extended amount of time, look for Fulton to slide over to center until Nick Martin gets back, and then someone, no one knows who, will hop on the waterbed and fill in at right guard. DeAndre Carter will replace Keke Coutee once he recovers from an injury of his own. Let’s get ready to party like it’s week 16 in Philadelphia all over again.

In the second half the Packers scored some points to pull away. A Tim Boyle, whatever that is, threw a touchdown pass to the lizard man and another one to J’Mon Moore. Joe Webb, who started the entire game at quarterback, couldn’t finish the comeback, and will remain the team’s backup quarterback until AJ McCarron gets back. You gotta love Webb. He has tremendous versatility.

Oh, and how could I forget, the Texans had zero sacks, zero quarterback hits, and zero tackles for a loss with J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney out of the lineup.

The Texans had back to practice on Saturday, and will play their next preseason game in Houston against the Lions at 7 p.m. on August 17th.