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HOUSTON, Texas — The Houston Texans dealt the Baltimore Ravens a crushing blow to the Ravens’ playoff hopes by beating Baltimore 25-13.

Case Keenum started the game after being signed off the St. Louis Rams’ practice squad earlier in the week. Keenum was 20-42 for 185 yards and an interception. Arian Foster provided the lone passing touchdown of the day as he tossed a five-yard TD for his first ever touchdown pass in the NFL. Keenum completed six passed to Andre Johnson which gives Johnson 1002 career receptions.

Randy Bullock provided the offense on this day as he kicked six field goals.

The Texans defense harassed Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco all day and forced him to throw three interceptions on the day. JJ Watt added a sack to have 17.5 on the year and surpass Mario Williams as the Texans all-time sack leader.

Baltimore drops to 9-6 on the season, while the Texans improve to 8-7 on the season. Houston closes out the season next Sunday when they host Jacksonville.

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