Gary Kubiak's Texans must beat Colts

History aside, Houston has elements needed to break Indianapolis' stranglehold

Originally Published: September 9, 2010
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

If the Houston Texans can't top the Indianapolis Colts in their season opener, it might never happen.

For eight years, the Texans tried to climb out of the chaos of expansion and become a winning team. In 2009, quarterback Matt Schaub threw for 4,770 yards and the Texans finally topped .500. But if the Texans, 9-7 last season, are going to take the next step and be a serious playoff contender, they must start establishing home-field advantage against teams in the AFC South, especially ...

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