Texans Loss: RB- D. Foreman versus QB- D. Watson

Texans Test National Champion QB D. Watson Against Week 5 KC Chiefs

D. Watson started for the Texans, while this teams battled with choices of running back - Miller or Foreman. Both teams rallied in the Texas stadium; A. Smith threw for a fair amount.

Foreman's Attitude May be at Risk

Feature Image Copyright: Photo: Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle

Foreman’s touch - one of four - kills the Texans drive that leaves QB Watson looking for answers. On Sunday night, the Texans went face-to-face with the top-ranked Kansas City Chiefs. Within minutes, the Texans began losing valuable player's - J. Watts (Pro Bowl Defensive End) lost his stance, for the season, with a broken leg. All that was left was the Texans offense, including the Texans RB draft pick from the University of Texas.

D. Foreman

D. Foreman 'Houston Chronicle'

Texans Running Game: UT Rookie Coughs Up Only Fumble

Surprisingly, D. Foreman forced out four running attempts, totaling 34-yards with a 25-yard run. However, Foreman cause the only turnover that caused the Texans to fall-back and temporarily collapse. Moreover, Miller performed well, with 15 touches and 74-yards (with a long of 16-yards, averaging 4.9 yards per carry). 

However, the Texans mixed up their running scheme, by slapping the ball-to-chest towards W. Fuller for one five-yard run. To add, Watson gave three tries and ran for a 31-yard total against the Chiefs defense that is lead by J. Houston with five sacks this season.

#27 D'Onta Foreman Houston Texans (Source: ESPN)

#27 D'Onta Foreman
Houston Texans

2017 Record: 2-3
Att    RuYd    RuTD
38    148.            0

PRESEASON-HOU


1        DID NOT PLAY
2    @CAR    9    76    0
3    NE    7    17    0


REGULAR SEASON-HOU                                        Atts. Ttl-Yds    TDs

1    JAX                1         4.      0
2    @CIN         12      40       0
3    @NE              8      25       0
4    TEN            13      45       0
5    KC                  4      34       0

Foreman: Scary Moment at UT

Consequently, Texans UT draft pick Foreman has seen some scary moments. Recently, the University of Texas police arrested him in misdemeanor possession charges. Frankly, Foreman was released, after his lawyer defended the innocence of that particular incident (hanging out in a parking lot, while Foreman's passenger consumed and possessed a narcotic).

D. Watson Against AFC Tennessee

D. Watson Against AFC Tennessee Photo: Karen Warren, Staff

Texans Test National Champion QB D. Watson Against Week 5 KC Chiefs

D. Watson started for the Texans, while this teams battled with choices of running back - Miller or Foreman. Both teams rallied in the Texas stadium; A. Smith threw for a fair amount. However, D. Watson outperformed the Chiefs’ Pro Bowl QB, by handing five TDs without handing out any turnovers (no interceptions or fumbles).

Texans: Daunte Watson’s First NFL Team

Accordingly, Watson’s completion rate: 16 of 31 passes for 261 yards and five touchdowns, during Sunday night's 42-34 loss to the Chiefs, D. Watson accumulated 31 rushing yards on three carries for the Texans - sum to a Texans loss, regardless of the five QB touchdowns.

Position    QB
Age    22
Born    9/14/1995
Where    Gainesville, GA
College    Clemson
Height    6-3
Weight    215

Source: ESPN

Nevertheless, Watson, who won a national championship at Clemson last season, can have the opportunity to witness better choices on Week 6 - facing the Cleveland Browns AFC team that is known for exhibiting a soft, passing defense (allowing the fourth-most passing yards per-attempt this season, 2017).

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