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With offense struggling, Texans' Bill O'Brien taking over play-calling duties

With three full weeks of the NFL season gone, the Houston Texans are struggling on offense. They are coming off a 27-0 shutout to the New England Patriots, and have scored just three offensive touchdowns, all by pass. Their 14.0 points per game is tied for fewest in the league with this week’s opponent, Tennessee. Bill O’Brien on the sidelines (AP) They’re also near the bottom of the league in several other offensive categories: first downs per game (just 17), yards per first-down play (4.
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