Ryan Griffin, DeVier Posey haul in one pass each
A pair of
The Texans' next game comes in Week 15 against the Colts.
Keshawn Martin scores in Thursday loss
Martin was targeted six times and hauled in four of those passes, a season-high. He racked up just 28 yards through the air, but scored from 8 yards out in the second quarter.
Martin hasn't played a huge role in the Texans offense this season, as he enters Week 15 against the Colts with 16 catches for 203 yards and one score.
DeAndre Hopkins breaks off another long reception
Hopkins hauled in 76 yards on three receptions, just a week after catching two passes for 77 yards. He picked up the majority of them on one 46-yard reception, his second-longest of the season.
Hopkins hasn't been a consistent threat for the Texans, but he is putting together a solid rookie season as the team's No. 2 receiver. He enters Week 15 against the Colts with 44 receptions for 707 yards and two touchdowns.
Garrett Graham snaps slump, finds end zone
Graham played a big part in the passing game, as he was targeted 14 times through the air. He brought in eight of those passes for 73 yards, including a 5-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
Graham has already posted career-highs across the board this season, so everything from here on out will just pad his totals. He enters Week 15 against the Colts with 49 receptions for 545 yards and five touchdowns.
Marcedes Lewis scores again Thursday
Lewis hauled in just two of the four passes thrown his way, but was able to score on the first one, from 1 yard out. He added a 41-yard reception later in the game, his longest since 2011, to give him a season-high 42 yards on the game.
Lewis has 14 catches for 185 yards and two scores on the season heading into Week 15 against the Bills.
Mike Brown does little in win
Brown has not reached 50 yards in any of the team's five games since going off for 120 yards in Week 7. He heads into Week 15 against the Bills with 21 catches for 312 yards on the season.
Ace Sanders tosses score on trick play
Last week, running back Maurice Jones-Drew became the first non-quarterback to throw a touchdown pass for the
Sanders threw a 21-yard score in the third quarter to Jordan Todman, the first pass attempt of his NFL career. Sanders, a rookie, threw just four passes in college, though two of them did go for touchdowns.
Sanders added three receptions for 26 yards, and rushed the ball once for no gain in the 27-20 win. He heads into Week 15 against the Bills with 39 catches for 397 yards in his rookie season.
Cecil Shorts scores again in otherwise quiet day
Shots hauled in just two of six passes thrown his way, as he and Chad Henne struggled to get on the same page at times. He went for just 13 yards, though 6 of them came on a touchdown reception, his third of the season.
Shorts' production has been inconsistent this season, but he remains on pace to finish with a nearly identical yardage total as last season. He enters Week 15 against the Bills with 66 receptions for 777 yards.
Andre Johnson's big game makes history
Johnson was mostly a nonfactor in the first half, as he brought in just two passes for 14 yards. He didn't really get going until backup quarterback Matt Schaub entered the game in the third quarter, as he brought in just five of nine passes thrown his way by Case Keenum.
Once Schaub entered the game, he went to Johnson early and often. Johnson was targeted 12 times by Schaub and brought in eight of them for 99 yards. He finished the game with 13 catches for 154 yards, giving him an NFL-record 20 games with at least 10 receptions and 100 yards receiving.
Johnson has scored just five times this season, but remains as productive as ever otherwise. The 32-year-old heads into Week 15 against the Colts with 1,277 yards on 95 receptions.
Jordan Todman scores on trick play
Todman brought in just one pass, but made it count as he scored from 21 yards out on a pass from wide receiver Ace Sanders. It was just his eight reception of the season.
Todman was less effective in the rushing game, where he totaled just 14 yards on seven carries. He could be in line for a larger role moving forward, however, as Maurice Jones-Drew was forced to leave the game with a hamstring injury. The Jaguars next game is set for Week 15 against the Bills.
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