Losing their second straight game to start the 2018 season, the Houston Texans have been a big letdown as expectations were at a high level. In Week 2, the Texans did have good performances, but they had forgettable moments, too.
Where is the best place to start for the Houston Texans following their 20-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 2, which sent them to an 0-2 overall record and a last-place spot in the division? Was it the overall play-calling of head coach Bill O’Brien? Was it the fact the offensive line could have played at a higher level than they showed? Could it be the fact the Texans special teams allowed a touchdown on a fake punt?
There were a lot of factors that left the Texans searching for answers on how to get better from here on out, because eventually they’ll have to put this loss behind them and begin to work on preparing for the New York Giants in the Texans home opener for 2018.
Until then, which players stood out in the loss? Which ones were the top performers and which ones were the forgettable performers? There is plenty of blame to go around for the team loss, but individually, who stood out for Texans on Sunday and who stood out but for all the wrong reasons? Here is the good, bad and ugly from the Week 2 loss for the Texans.