The Houston Texans are in Foxborough, Mass. Sunday to take on the Patriots as they look to get their first victory in New England.

Kickoff is scheduled for noon at Gillette Stadium. You can watch the game on KHOU 11/CBS.

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Photos: Texans battle Patriots in Foxborough


Brady works his magic again with a game-winning TD drive.

Another FG means the Pats will need a TD to win.

Watson does it again with an elusive scramble to beat the Pats D.

Covington and the Texans D get a big stop.

Texans back on top with a FG early in the fourth.


Texans hanging in there.

Brady takes another shot from the Texans D.

Watson goes back to Griffin to cap the drive with a TD toss.

Watson scrambles and throws to TE Griffin across the field.

The Patriots extend their lead after Brady tosses another TD pass.


Patriots lead the Texans at the half.

Patriots back out front after Brady find Hogan for a second TD.

Texans regain the lead after Clowney picks off Brady following Mercilus' sack on the QB.

Texans cut into the Pats lead.

Watson throws an ill-advised pass that gets picked off. Brady then hits Hogan for the TD.


Jadeveon Clowney returns to the field after an injury to sack Brady.

Deshaun Watson found Bruce Ellington down the middle for the TD.

The Texans tack on a field goal set up by a pass interference call.

Patriots take early lead after Brady finds Gronk in the endzone.

One Texan is continuing a streak today.


The Texans locked arms during the National Anthem at Gillette Stadium.

Texans look to "feed off each other's" play against the Pats.

A quick look at the Texans inactives tooday.

Nothing like a little game of catch with J.J. before the game.

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The Traveling Texans are in Foxborough to show their support.

Texans onwer Bob McNair released a statement Sunday morning regarding President Trump's recent comments on player protests during the National Anthem.

READ: Texans owner, Bob McNair, calls Trump's comments 'divisive and counterproductive'

Patriots owner Robert Craft has also release a statement.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin told CBS Sports that his team will not be on the field for the anthem.

Earlier in the day, the owner of the Jaguars joined his players and Ravens players.

READ: Jaguars owner Shahid Khan joins in on NFL's national anthem protests

READ: Trump: NFL should 'fire or suspend' players who kneel during anthem

The Texans are set to take on the Patriots. J.J. Watt, who missed last year's playoff loss, is ready to go.