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By: Mark Lane
For the third time in team history, the Houston Texans have back-to-back players of the week.
The NFL announced Wednesday running back Devin Singletary as the AFC Offensive Player of the Week. Singletary had 30 carries for 150 yards and a touchdown in Houston’s 30-27 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 10.
The former Buffalo Bill was the only player to go over 125 yards on the ground the past week, and the 150 yards is the ninth-best single-game total league-wide in 2023. Singletary is also the eighth player in team history to attain the 150-yard threshold.
The Texans now have had a player of the week 54 times, and it is the 19th time an offensive player has won the award. Singletary joins Blake Cashman and C.J. Stroud as the other Texans to win player of the week honors in 2023.
Originally posted on Texans Wire