Should the Houston Texans "Keep it in the Air" to Win?
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Veteran wide receiver Robert Woods said he thought offensive coordinator Bobby Slowik was doing a great job during Sunday’s game and noted he especially felt like Slowik did a great job listening to the team.
“I feel like he’s able to trust his players. I feel like he felt our receiver energy in this past game. We were kinda feeding him like ‘Come on coach let us go. Keep throwing. Keep it in the air.’”
Keep it in the air.
Houston had a nearly even split in the first half against the Colts running the football and throwing it. They ran the ball 14 more times in the first half after they were down 14-0 to the Colts. Obviously, in the second half, the team threw the ball a ton and it worked. They moved the football. They scored.