The Houston Texans won for the first time, beating the New Orleans Saints 13-10 on Saturday night in the expansion team's second exhibition game. Kris Brown scored the winning points, hitting a 27-yard field midway through the third quarter. David Carr, the former Fresno State quarterback drafted first overall, was 9-of-14 for 95 yards as Houston's starters played the entire first half. He was sacked once and pressured frequently by the Saints' first-team defense. Jonathan Wells scored on a 1-yard run early in the third quarter to give the Texans a 10-7 lead. Houston got the ball on the 1 after a pass-interference call. Wells, a fourth-round draft pick from Ohio State, had 41 yards on three carries in the scoring drive, and finished with 50 yards on 10 attempts. He had only 19 yards on seven carries in Houston's loss to the New York Giants on Monday night in Canton, Ohio. Deuce McAllister, the running back who's supposed to make New Orleans fans forget Ricky Williams, gave the Saints a 7-0 lead with a 5-yard run midway through the second quarter.