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From Peyton Manning already complaining about a rule change to the looming specter of recent Super Bowl runners-up that fail miserably, things appeared to be a bit off for the Colts in Houston on Sunday.
Foster’s 231 yards established a new low for the Colts. It was the most yardage ever allowed by the Colts to an individual player in team history – a mark previously set by Barry Sanders back in 1997.
It marked the first time since 2006, the Texans defeated Indy and just the second time in franchise history. With the win, Houston improved their all-time record versus Indianapolis to 2-15.