Winning time in Indy?

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HOUSTON, TX – The Texans are calling it a ‘must win’ Sunday at Indianapolis. They know the playoffs are a possibility this season, but first they have to beat AFC South leaders, the Colts.

“Every single week now is a playoff. Heading up there, we have a huge test in front of us. We have to be on our P’s and Q’s,” Texans center Chris Myers said.

“Obviously, we’re not in and we’re trying to get in, so this game here has a lot of implications on what can determine our future,’ added cornerback Johnathan Joseph.

A win Sunday would put the Texans a game back of the Colts in the division title race. Winning at Indianapolis isn`t so easy though. The team is 0-12 all-time in Indianapolis.

“It’s a no-brainer that playing up in Indy, any game in any season is a huge game, obviously the history behind it and especially this season where we’re at,’ said Myers.

The Texans would have their first three-game winning streak of the season, if they make history with a win at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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