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Houston Texans’ double-digit points streak ends at 61 games

Houston Texans’ double-digit points streak ends at 61 games

Hyped by on December 24, 2012 Website: www.statsontapp.com

Among the surprises from yesterday’s NFL games was the Minnesota Vikings win over the Houston Texans in Houston. But an even bigger surprise from that contest was that the Texans could muster only a pair of field goals in the 23-6 loss.

This was the first game since September 13, 2009 that the Texans scored less than 10 points in an NFL regular-season game, a streak of 61 games. This was the second longest current streak in the NFL prior to yesterday’s games. The New Orleans Saints hold the active streak with 72 games straight where they have scored 10 or more points in a game.

Following are the teams that have the longest active streak of games where they have scored 10 or more points in a game.

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