In a season full of frustrating losses, the Houston Texans’ season ended Sunday at NRG Stadium appropriately with a gut punch of epic proportions in a 41-38 loss to their AFC South division rival Tennessee Titans.

The Texans trailed for much of the game but managed a late rally — scoring 20 unanswered points starting late in the third quarter — to take a 35-31 lead and actually had a chance to win and play spoiler to the playoff-bound Titans.

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Gary Miller

Paychecks are funded by sales of commercials. Texan's sold enough commercials that everyone got paid. Financially the Texans had a good season. In the entertainment industry earning money is success.

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