Texans lose ugly

It wasn’t pretty. Not by any stretch of the imagination.

The Houston Texans took a trip to Los Angeles and got blown out by the 7-2 Rams by a final of 33 to 7 on Sunday afternoon.

It was another game without injured rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson. And it was another game where his replacement, Tom Savage, struggled, throwing two interceptions and losing two fumbles for a total of four turnovers.

“It’s on the quarterback when we put up seven points. So it’s on me,” Savage stated.

Coach Bill O’Brien took some of the blame as well, but he didn’t mince words when it came to how his offense performed.

“We weren’t doing anything offensively. If you’re not doing anything offensively it’s hard to be on the field all that time,” O’Brien said. 

The Texans have now lost three straight and are 3-6 this weekend. They’ll get a chance to get back on the winning side of things next Sunday when they host the Arizona Cardinals.

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