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Treat No Trick: Texans Get First Win

The Houston Texans entered Sunday's game with Cleveland without a single win. But, things change.
In the first quarter David Carr would find a wide open Jerome Mathis on the fade route for the 34 yard touchdown. That would make it 7-0, Texans.
Plenty of field goals in this one.
All remaining scores in the game for the Texans were on field goals but it was enough for the win.
The Texans defeat the Browns 19 to 16, putting them at 1-6.

Maya Golden reporting
, mgolden@kltv.com

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