- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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HOUSTON -- Over the past two weeks, the Texans' offense developed rhythm problems.
Houston was disjointed in the Monday night win over the Jets. It got nothing going in the Sunday night blowout loss to the Packers.
But halfway through what ranks as the biggest game of the season so far in the AFC, the Texans are tapping their feet and feeling the beat.
The Texans looked shaky on their first two series, as Schaub threw to running back Arian Foster on third down each time. Foster dropped the first and couldn’t corral the second.
They’ve combined for 14 catches and 125 yards, with Daniels pulling in a 1-yard play-action touchdown.
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