Seven from Sunday: Texans J.J. Watt Continues to Rewrite the Record Books Despite The Loss to the Colts

Patrick D. Starr

Disappointingly, the Houston Texans stumbled at Lucas Oil Stadium, losing to the Indianapolis Colts 30-23. The Texans had self-inflicted mistakes throughout the game that led to their loss, dropping them in the standings in the AFC South.

The Texans will have to regroup with the Oakland Raiders coming to NRG Stadium this coming week.

Seven from Sunday for the Texans

1.) J.J. Watt registered his third game with five-or-more quarterback hits this season with six on Sunday. It was the 16th game of his career, which is the most in NFL history. There are four players tied for second with five games with at least five quarterback hits.

2.) Watt also notched his 25th game with four-or-more quarterback hits, which is the most in NFL history. Von Miller ranks second in NFL history with 15 career games with four-or-more quarterback hits.

3.) Watt also had his 44th career game with three-or-more quarterback hits, which is the most in NFL history. Jared Allen and Von Miller rank tied for second in NFL history with 30 career games with three-or-more quarterback hits.

4.) Finally, Watt had his 67th career game with multiple quarterback hits, which leads the NFL since 2011 and passesDeMarcus Ware (66) for the second-most games with multiple quarterback hits in NFL history.

5.) Deshaun Watson threw for 308 yards and rushed for 32 yards against the Colts. He joined Cam Newton as the only players in NFL history to record at least 7,500 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a player's first 30 career games.

6.) DeAndre Hopkins caught nine passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. That touchdown was Hopkins 50th touchdown reception of his career, which is the second-most in team history (Andre Johnson, 64, 2003-14).

7.) The Texans recovered a Jacoby Brissett fumble in the second quarter. It marked the Texans' 20th-straight game of forcing a turnover, which is the longest active streak in the NFL and the second-longest streak in franchise history (23 consecutive games from 2008-11). Houston's streak is the longest in the NFL since the Seahawks forced a turnover in 20-straight games from Week 4 of 2017 to Week 8 of 2018.

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