DeAndre Hopkns caught 10 passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns in Houston's win over Jacksonville.

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The Houston Texans entered Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars looking for their second of the season win after a disappointing 1-4 start, and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins did his part to ensure the team came away with a victory.

Hopkins caught a pair of touchdown passes in the 31-20 victory, en route to a 10-catch, 148-yard day.

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In the fourth quarter, with Houston trailing 14-10, the three-year veteran made a juggling catch in the end zone to give the Texans the lead.

Then, with Houston up 17-10, Hopkins scored again, this time on a 26-yard pass from Brian Hoyer.

Hopkins also made an impressive one-handed catch along the sideline in the second quarter.

With his 148 yards receiving, Hopkins tied Andre Johnson's franchise record with four straight games topping the 100-yard mark.

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