Starting Territory- Field position was dominated by the Patriots. The Patriots average starting position was on their own 40 yard line, while the Texans started on their own 16 yard line. The Patriots actually had five possessions which started in Houston territory while Houston had six starting possessions inside their own 20 yard line.
Besides having bad starting field position, the Houston offense never helped themselves out. It took them until late in the third quarter to even get off a play from the Patriots' half of the field.
Texans Tackling- J.J. Watt had 0 tackles and 2 assists. Clowney had 1 tackle and 1 assist. With the help of the Patriots plan of running it up the middle, Wilfork had 2 tackles and 5 assists. As a team Houston only managed one tackle for a loss all game.
Timeouts- While those stats may impress you, I've left the most impressive stat for last. In my pregame post I stated the importance of the defense and special teams units not wasting timeouts that Jacoby Brissett would likely need. Well, the Patriots played the full 60 without using any timeouts. While it didn't end up having any huge consequences, Bill O'Brien made some terrible timeout calls from the opposite sidelines.