Houston boasts one of the most productive offensive lines, a unit that finished the regular season ranked second in the NFL in rushing yards (2,448) and tied for third in rushing touchdowns (18).
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The Texans, however, did not fare well in the Oct. 16 meeting between these two teams. Houston managed 293 total yards of offense (third fewest total of the season), compiled 93 rushing yards (third fewest), and allowed four sacks (tied for second most).
Redding said disrupting the offensive line will be the first objective for the defensive front.
“You have to break that line up, get penetration, knock them back, use your hands, get off your blockers and make tackles,” Redding said.