The Houston Texans had little trouble dispatching the Buffalo Bills at home, winning by a score of 21-9.
Matt Schaub threw for 268 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions, though Mario Williams did manage to find him for one sack in his return to Houston.
Schaub's counterpart, Ryan Fitzpatrick, managed to total 239 yards against the vaunted Texans defense, but he failed to lead a single touchdown drive in this game.
The only points the Bills scored were from the leg of Rian Lindell, who made three of the four field goals he attempted.
Arian Foster was able to consistently move the pile and gain yards against the Bills, totaling 111 yards and one touchdown on the ground.
The Texans held C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson and the rest of the Bills runners to just 78 yards and zero touchdowns in this game.
J.J. Watt added to his league-leading sack total, taking Fitzgerald down for one sack.
The Texans improved to 7-1 on the season and will travel to Chicago to take on the Bears in Week 10, while the Bills fell to 3-5 and will hit the road again next week to face the New England Patriots.