Clowney, Texans headed to postseason after win over Bengals (Dec 25, 2016)

HOUSTON (AP) Jadeveon Clowney can’t wait for his first career playoff appearance after missing Houston’s postseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs last season with a foot injury.

”It’s going to be great,” he said. ”I was mad last year. I missed it and I was real upset I couldn’t get out there with my teammates. This year, I’m going to try and get out there with them and try to help win another game and keep going forward.”

Clowney and the Texans are headed to the playoffs after surviving a scare from the Cincinnati Bengals to get a 12-10 victory on Saturday night that clinched their second straight AFC South title.

Tom Savage threw for 176 yards in his first career start and the Bengals missed a field goal as time expired to give the Texans the win.

The Bengals converted a fourth down play to keep a drive alive, but four plays later, former Texan Randy Bullock missed wide right on a 43-yard attempt, securing Houston’s victory.

Clowney, the top overall pick in the 2014 draft who had a sack on Saturday, felt a rush of emotions when he saw that Bullock’s kick was no good.

”Champs. That’s all I was thinking right there,” he said. ”We did it. We won the division. Go on to

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