Texans lose second straight, falling at home against Chargers

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HOUSTON - The Texans lost their first home game of the season, falling 21-13 against San Diego on Sunday.  The loss brings Houston's record to 6-5.

The Texans took a 7-0 lead in the second quarter on Brock Osweiler's first rushing touchdown of the season, but that would be the last time they led.  The Chargers scored two touchdowns before halftime to go up 14-10.

The Texans committed four turnovers in the game, with Osweiler throwing three interceptions, while Lamar Miller lost his first fumble this year.

Houston travels to Green Bay for next Sunday's game.

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