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texas end recession; beat Titans 22-13

U.S.A.texas end recession; beat Titans 22-13

NASHVILEY, Tennessee USA (AP) – Tyrod Taylor ran for two touchdowns and threw for 107 yards as the Houston Texans beat the Tennessee Titans 22-13 to end the longest active losing streak in the NFL.

The Texans (2-8) suffered eight consecutive losses since winning the first week of the regular season. He hadn’t even had a touchdown on the road since September 19.

Desmond King had two of the Texans’ four interceptions – three of them in the fourth quarter to ward off the threat of a Titans reaction. Houston converted those turnovers, including a rumble, 13 points for their cause. The Texans also added two quarterback sacks.

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The Titans (8–3) ended their six-match winning streak after suffering their first loss since October 3. That defeat was against the New York Jets, a team that hadn’t won up to that point, and the Texans hadn’t won from the first week.

Tennessee knocked out Houston 420-190 in the yard. But the Titans could not recover from their mistakes that day when their disabled list grew with the loss of receiver AJ Brown, who left the game with a chest problem. Tennessee entered the game with six casualties, including three starters, and also placed Bud Dupree on their injury casualty list.

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