MOST SURPRISING START
Houston's offensive struggles are no secret. The Texans entered Sunday's game against New England ranked 30th in the NFL for points per game (18.1). Despite gaining 363.5 yards per game, the team just hasn't been able to translate points. And yet Case Keenum, an undrafted rookie quarterback picked up in 2012, drove 50 yards in just over two minutes to score against the Patriots defense on his second drive of the game. It didn't hurt the hone team started at its own 48-yard line. But the quick score had to make New England sit up and take the Texans offense seriously in a hurry.