Texans Stop Bills From Winning First Playoff Game Since 1995 in Wildcard Classic

Jan 4, 2020; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) celebrate after scoring a touchdown during the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Wild Card NFL Playoff game at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports


The Texans beat the Buffalo Bills even though Bills QB Josh Allen was making some tough decisions and memorable moments such as connecting with the Rookie Dawson Knox out of Ole Miss. An excellent game that went to overtime with an overall good game by Josh Allen who was calm and smart. With the next score winning the game through the overtime Allen fought against the pressure of the Texan defense. Allen connected with a 14 yard pass to Devin Singeltary and then the Bills found themselves making a series of bad decisions which led to them punting the football. Deshaun Watson wouldn’t let the Texans defeat him even after being sacked for the seventh time. The star of the night in his second playoff win, Watson connected with Duke Johnson for eighteen yards which gave the momentum for a conclusion of the game being a 44 yard play where Watson was almost tackled but spun and made a pass that put the Bills into the the ten yard line where kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn was in field goal position to win the wildcard game with a 28 yard field goal advancing the Texans with a 22-19 win. A perfect start for the playoffs for the Texans in the overtime win!!

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