13. Houston Texans (8)
The Houston Texans knew Sunday’s meeting with the Baltimore Ravens was going to be one of their most difficult games to date, but no one expected it to turn out this brutal.
For a Texans team that many considered to be one of the best in football, it was shocking to watch Houston get blown out 41-7 to the Ravens since most football fans expected this to be a close one.
To top off the frustration, Sunday’s loss by the Texans also means the team is technically in second place when it comes to the AFC South since the Indianapolis Colts came through with a big win of their own on Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
There’s obviously no reason to hit the panic button since Houston has plenty of time to take first place back, but it was frustrating to watch the team come up short the way they did to Baltimore, especially on Deshaun Watson’s end.
Watching Watson fail to record a single touchdown pass against the Ravens’ defense shows what kind of game this was for the Texans quarterback, and hopefully he can bounce back on a shorter week, because the Colts will be looking for the season sweep on Thursday.