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Sunday, December 12, 2016 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Texans 22, Colts 17 The Houston Texans were able to make a comeback in the second half of this Colts vs. Texans game. The Texans struggled in the first half, only managing to put up 3 points while the Colts scored 13. The Texans were able to score six points in the third quarter and hold the Colts scoreless. In the fourth quarter the Texans were able to gain 14 more points while allowing the Colts to score 10, forcing the game to go into overtime. Houston’s kicker Nick Novak made a 33-yard field goal that allowed Houston to defeat Indianapolis with a final score of 26-23.
Sunday, October 16, 2016 at NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) Texans 26, Colts 23 The Houston Texans were able to make a comeback in the second half of this Colts vs. Texans game. The Texans struggled in the first half, only managing to put up 3 points while the Colts scored 13. The Texans were able to score six points in the third quarter and hold the Colts scoreless. In the fourth quarter the Texans were able to gain 14 more points while allowing the Colts to score 10, forcing the game to go into overtime. Houston’s kicker Nick Novak made a 33-yard field goal that allowed Houston to defeat Indianapolis with a final score of 26-23.
Sunday, December 20, 2015 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Texans 16, Colts 10For the first time in the history of the Colts vs Texans rivalry, Houston went into Indianapolis and took a victory, and possibly the AFC South Division crown, from the Colts. The Texans rallied from a 10-6 deficit in the 4th quarter, to score 10 points, and take the game from the Colts in come from behind fashion. Houston quarterback Brandon Weeden picked up his first victory as a starter since his days in Cleveland, and proved the Texans could win the game pounding it on the ground. The loss was the 3rd in a row for Indianapolis, and 8th overall on the season.
Thursday, October 8, 2015 at NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) Colts 27, Texans 20The Texans vs Colts rivalry has long been dominated by Indianapolis, and the Colts once again got the better of their division rival on Thursday night. The loss to the Colts stung a little bit worse than normal, with Texans legend Andre Johnson catching two touchdown passes for Indianapolis, as Colts backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck shined. The quarterback situation was once again a point of contention for the Houston Texans as both Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallet struggled to gain traction, with both quarterbacks throwing an interception. The loss drops the Houston Texas to 1-4 on the season and gives the Colts the last 6 victories vs Houston.
Sunday, December 14, 2014 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Colts 17, Texans 10The Texans relied heavily on field goals in this game against the Colts as they only scored one touchdown, however it was enough to push past Indianapolis to win the game. The Texans were able to hold the score as they put a stop to Andrew Luck’s final drive of the game, allowing the Texans to defeat the Colts 22-17.
Thursday, October 9, 2014 at NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) Colts 33, Texans 28 In what started as another Thursday Night Football blow out, turned into the JJ Watt show after Houston found themselves in a 24-0 hole halfway through the first quarter. When the Texans needed a defensive play it was JJ who stepped up with the play including a 45-yard fumble recovery for 6 to put Houston within 5 of the Colts in the fourth quarter. Despite the showing from Watt, Houston eventually learned that its Andrew Lucks world and they were just living in it as the future Hall of Fame quarterback led the Colts to the 33-28 win with 370 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Sunday, December 15, 2013 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Colts 25, Texans 3 The Texans are reeling and the Colts are heading for the playoffs after a 25-3 win for Indy at Lucas Oil. Case Keenum and the Texans had no answer for Andrew Luck's 2 TD passes, and added insult to injury with a safety late in the game. The Texans have lost every game after winning the first two of the season, while the Colts clinched the division title with the win.
Sunday, November 3, 2013 at Reliant Stadium (Houston, TX) Colts 27, Texans 24 The Texans looked to be ending their losing streak early on, with 62-yard and 41-yard TD receptions for Andre Johnson to go up 14-0, but the Colts came back in the fourth quarter to win the game 27-24. The Texans led 24-6 as late as 4:25 left in the third quarter, but Andrew Luck found T.Y. Hilton in the end zone three times in the last 16 minutes of the game to give the Colts the lead and eventual win in Houston.
Sunday, December 30, 2012 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Colts 28, Texans 16 The big play did the Texans in on Sunday, with a Deji Karim 101-yard kickoff return TD and a T.Y. Hilton 70-yard TD reception giving the Colts the win in Indianapolis. Matt Schaub threw 2 INTS and no touchdowns, while Andrew Luck found the end zone twice without turning the ball over. The win put the Colts at 11-5, qualifying for the playoffs after a disastrous year in 2011. The Texans finish at 12-4, having already qualified for the postseason.