After allowing 135.4 rushing yards per game in the season's first seven weeks, the Houston Texans have allowed 56 rushing yards per game since.
The Houston Texans have forced just two turnovers over the last six weeks.
The Houston defense has been gouged for 126.3 rushing yards per game in 2016, making the Texans the 29th-ranked run defense in the NFL.
The Houston defense will be without J.J. Watt for "an extended period of time" after the star defensive end re-injured his back.
With New England's Jimmy Garoppolo (shoulder) doubtful, Houston will likely face rookie QB Jacoby Brissett on Thursday.
Houston OLB Jadeveon Clowney spent Houston's entire Week 1 contest at defensive end.
The Houston defense will be without LB Jadeveon Clowney (foot) on Sunday when they host the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Houston defense will travel to Tennessee in Week 16 to face Titans QB Zach Mettenberger.
The Houston defense travels to Indianapolis this week, where QB Matt Hasselbeck (ribs) is not guaranteed to start for the Colts.
The Houston defense will have DE J.J. Watt on Sunday, despite a broken hand.
The Houston defense is focused on stopping the Buffalo running game that is fifth among NFL teams at 136.7 yards per game.
The Houston Texans are focused on slowing New Orleans wide receiver Brandin Cooks in Week 12, who has scored five touchdowns in his last three games.
The Houston defense will look to build on recent success when they host the New York Jets in Week 11.
The Houston Texans travel to Cincinnati in Week 10 to face the Bengals, who are third among NFL offenses in scoring, averaging 28.6 points per game.