The Texans have been struggling at the quarterback position with Tyrod Taylor out, although they’ve held their own in a few contests. Many expected Houston to contend for a 0-17 record this season but the team won its first game prior to losing five straight. There’s Deshaun Watson trade rumors circulating, so let’s see if that poses additional problems for a team already heading towards the cellar.
The Cardinals stand alone as the only unbeaten team in the league so far and should be able to comfortably make it seven straight wins over the Texans. QB Kyler Murray is playing at an MVP level and Kliff Kingsbury has this group clicking in what could be a special season in the desert. The Cardinals defense has also played well, forcing turnovers at a prolific rate.
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