Houston offense looks to rebound against Seattle

    2013-09-26 15:09

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AP Sports Writer

HOUSTON (AP) - The Houston Texans know their offense has to improve after scoring just nine points in their first loss of the season last week.

The unit has plenty of problems, but perhaps the biggest one is the recent play of quarterback Matt Schaub. Offensive coordinator Rick Dennison was blunt when asked about Schaub saying: ``He's got to get better.''

Schaub has thrown four interceptions this season and two of those have been returned for touchdowns. Dennison couldn't put his finger on exactly why Schaub, who had 12 interceptions last season, has been so mistake-prone this year.

He says Schaub has ``made bad decisions'' and they have to figure out how he can limit those mistakes.



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