Texans jam OT bills in the wreckage of an endgame game

<pre><pre>Texans jam OT bills in the wreckage of an endgame game


Ka'imi Fairbairn kicked a 28-yard field goal late in extra time to give the Texans a 22:19 win over the Bills, and mercifully ended an ugly AFC wild card round game in Houston on Saturday.

The Texans, who were 16: 0 behind in the third quarter, scored 19 direct points and went for the first time on a 5-yard pass from Deshaun Watson to Carlos Hyde. It was Watson's only touchdown pass of the game and he ran for another. Watson partnered with DeAndre Hopkins for the two-point conversion to do it 19-16.

The bills were then able to stop Houston on a fourth and one of the Buffalo 30 with 1:16 left. In the first game of Scrimmage Bills, Josh Allen almost turned the ball over and tried to turn it sideways after a long time. Luckily, a Bills player threw the ball out of the box, but the game allowed Buffalo to remain in possession. Stephen Hauschka ended the ride on a 47-yard field to bring the score to 19 and send the game into extra time.

That was Buffalo's chance to win or tie after Houston took the lead. The first went from zero after a deliberate basic call to an Allen under pressure put her from the Texan 48-meter line into a 4th and 27th situation. Allen was released at the Bills & # 39; 39 to end the ride when Buffalo decided not to attempt a long field goal.

The Bills led to Allen after a 16-yard touchdown pass from receiver John Brown to Allen after a trick game in the first quarter and two Hauschka field goals with 13-0 at halftime.

At the start of the second half, the lead was almost blown up. Texan's returnee DeAndre Carter put on the kick, didn't kneel, and tossed it to the referee – trying to give himself up. It was picked up by the bills in the end zone and referred to as a touchdown before being knocked over and referred to as a touchback. Buffalo scored 16-0 in another Hauschka field goal 6-7 to play in the third.