In the Texans matchup against the Miami Dolphins Sunday, you expect to hear the names of Matt Schaub…
Under the Radar Results: Texans vs Dolphins
Kevin Walter / Andre Davis - The Texans "supporting cast" of wide receivers combined for six receptions and 126 yards.
Duane Brown - The first-round pick struggled mightily against Joey Porter, who was able to speed right by Brown on his way to quarterback Matt Schaub.
Owen Daniels - The Texans tight end gathered four receptions for 70 yards, and certainly was a factor.
Channing Crowder - Crowder led the Dolphins defense with 13 tackles as he took on blockers and chased down plays from behind.
Matt Roth - Roth had a quiet day statistically, as he recorded just three stops.
Yeremiah Bell - Bell was very active as he had 12 tackles and a few pass breakups.
When the Dolphins were on offense:
Jake Long - Long was a rock on the left side of the Dolphins line as he opened up holes and protected Chad Pennington.
Greg Camarillo - The Dolphins wideout had four catches for 49 yards.
Anthony Fasano - The Texans linebackers covered Fasano very well and held him to just one catch for 12 yards.
David Martin - Martin caught three passes for 31 yards, including a long catch of 17 yards.
Morlon Greenwood - The active Texans linebacker had eight tackles on the day and played well in pass coverage.
Fred Bennett - Bennett's day was quiet as he tallied just one stop.
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