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Under Kubiak, no denying turnover equation

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    Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

    Houston's margin for error is small. Gary Kubiak and his staff have preached and preached about turnovers.

    This season, they've got two games worth of evidence to prove to players the cause and effect.

    The Texans have won the turnover battle twice this season, against the Bengals and at the Browns, two of their four wins. Since 2006 under head coach Gary Kubiak, the Texans have won the turnover battle 13 times. Houston is 11-2 in those games.

    Houston Texans games with positive turnover margin, 2006-2008 GameDateGiveawaysTakeawaysDifferentialWin/Lossat ClevelandNov. 23, 200825+3WinCincinnatiOct. 26, 20080
    3
    +3WinNew Orleans
    Nov. 18, 2007
    23
    +1Winat OaklandNov.4, 2007
    1
    3
    +2Winat Carolina
    Sept. 16, 2007
    1
    3
    +2WinKansas City
    Sept. 9, 2007
    2
    4
    +2WinClevelandDec. 31, 2006
    1
    3
    +2WinIndianapolisDec. 24, 2006
    0
    1
    +1WinTennesseeDec. 10, 2006
    0
    2
    +2Lossat OaklandDec. 3, 2006
    2
    5+3Winat Jacksonville
    Nov. 12, 2006
    0
    4
    +4WinJacksonvilleOct. 22, 2006
    0
    2
    +2WinPhiladelphiaSept. 10, 2006
    0
    1
    +1Loss A plus-three day against the Browns got Houston out of position as the NFL's worst take-away, give-away team. Now at minus-10 the Texans are ahead of Denver and San Francisco. The Jaguars, who visit Reliant Stadium Monday night, are minus-1.



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