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Houston Texans Podcast: 2019 NFL Playoffs Wild Card Round Review (Texans-Bills)

Matt and BFD review the Texans’ 22-19 overtime win over the Buffalo Bills.

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A mystical experience must meet two requirements. It must (1) be ineffable and (2) have a noetic quality. Mystical experiences also tend to be transient and passive, but those aren’t requirements. Deshaun Watson’s spin-out dump-off to Taiwan Jones had all four of those qualities. It wasn’t beautiful, spectacular, or unbelievable. It was a mystical experience that defies language and provides a deeper understanding of life. Because of this, the Houston Texans beat the Buffalo Bills 22-19 in overtime at NRG Stadium and are moving on to the Divisional Round of the 2019 NFL Playoffs.

In this episode, Matt and BFD review the Texans’ win over the Bills. Topics include the reasons why Houston’s offense struggled in the first half, Duke Johnson needing more touches, the importance of Cullen Gillaspia to block the second level, getting DeAndre Hopkins out wide and out of the slot, Josh Josh Allen, how the Texans’ defense limited Buffalo to 16 points, and a brief preview of the Divisional Round against the Kansas City Chiefs via answering your questions.

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