Texans vs. Jets: 5 plays is all Houston needs

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The Texans offense didn't have any problems passing or running the ball.

The Texans can do it all, which includes a big running game. Arian Foster is one of the best backs in football and combined with the passing game -- more on that here -- the Texans have an awesome offense.

The drive chart from the Texans second quarter touchdown says it for you: 18-yard pass to Kevin Walter, 7-yard pass to James Casey, 8-yard rush by Foster, 21-yard rush by Foster and...

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...13-yard touchdown by Foster. That's nearly 100 on the day.

Five plays, 67 yards. That's an efficient drive and the touchdown run could be used in the lesson plan for teaching a zone blocking scheme. It's almost unfair at times how technically sound they are.

The best part about watching the Texans is figuring out whether they're better in the pass game or the run game.

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