Brian Hoyer’s playoff debut did not start off so smoothly.
Brian Hoyer’s playoff debut did not go very smoothly.
Hoyer completed 7–14 passes for 61 yards in the half as the Texans struggled to put together a drive against a tough Chiefs defense.
Let’s run them all back. There was this one, on Houston’s second drive of the game...
Then, he fumbled on the next drive.
A little later, there was this interception.
Hoyer would throw one more interception in the second half on the way to a 30–0 loss.
Texans head coach Bill O’Brien said after the game that he never considered benching Hoyer, who finished with a line of 15–34 passing for 136 yards and four interceptions.
O'Brien on removing Hoyer: "I did not consider that. I felt like sticking with him was the right thing to do."— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) January 10, 2016