(SportsRadio 610) -- The Texans went the first four games of the season without forcing a turnover.
They finally changed that last week at home against the Jaguars, who fumbled twice against the Texans.
Cornerback Bradley Roby expressed frustration after that game about not yet having an interception, but said they would come eventually.
Roby grabbed the Texans’ first interception of the season in their 42-36 overtime loss to the Titans on Sunday.
For as much criticism as the Texans’ defense will get after giving up more than 600 yards from scrimmage, two of their defensive backs -- Roby and safety Justin Reid, who blocked a field goal attempt -- had game-changing plays.
The Texans had rallied from down 21-7 to take the lead when Reid and Roby made plays on back-to-back Titans possessions.
“We have the ability to make plays. We have good players,” Reid said after the game. “We just gotta do it not some of the time. We gotta do it all the time. And that's going to be the challenge that I'm going to put on myself and a lot of other guys in the locker room is to be consistent.
“Do it every play. Not just some plays, not just the second half, but from the start of the game to the end of the game.”