In the Houston Texans’ 53-32 romp of the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium on Sunday, it was abundantly clear that critical adjustments were made to the offensive play calling, which led to a much better showing than last week’s woeful home loss against the Carolina Panthers.

After last week’s 16-10 loss where it looked like the Texans head coach and players had never worked together a day in their lives, gone was the head-scratching offensive strategy Sunday against Atlanta. Gone were the slow-developing, complex passing plays. No longer was quarterback Deshaun Watson confined to the pocket, where he would hold the ball too long while scanning the defense.

James LaCombe: 409-683-5242, or on Twitter @JamesAtGalvNews

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