Houston Texans vs. Detroit Lions: Thanksgiving Day Football Live
Keep it locked right here as we bring you live Texans vs. Lions coverage! Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. ET on Thanksgiving Day.
A wild game comes to an end in Detroit.
Shayne Graham's 32-yard field goal is good to give the Texans the win!
Andre Johnson with a big 23-yard catch to put the Texans in field goal range. The ball came out at the end but it looked like Johnson was already down.
Turns out making a pressure field goal in overtime is, you know, really hard.— Rob Moseley (@DuckFootball) November 22, 2012
Jason Hanson's 47-yard field goal hits the POST and bounces OUT. No one wants to win this game.
Jason Hanson's OT field goal attempt is 47 yards, after the timeout.— Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) November 22, 2012
Detroit needs to get to the 38-yard line to be in field goal range for Jason Hanson.
Chris Houston comes up with an interception for the Lions!
The Texans start at their own 9-yard line after the punt.
Don't throw the challenge flag Jim Schwartz!— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 22, 2012
This ball was ruled an interception on the field but it looks like it hit the ground. The play is under review.
Kubiak gets half the credit for that miss. Such dumb play calling. Why do coaches think 40 & 50 is the same?— David Todd (@DavidMTodd) November 22, 2012
Graham's 51-yard field goal is WIDE LEFT. The Lions are still alive.
51 yard attempt for Graham coming up to win game in OT for Houston— Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) November 22, 2012
The Texans are already in field goal range.
Graphic says Houston can win with a FG or TD. You can just call this sudden death, guys.— Adam Jacobi (@Adam_Jacobi) November 22, 2012
Brandon Pettigrew has been bad down the stretch. Couldn't haul in two big catches late in regulation, now he's stripped.— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) November 22, 2012
Danieal Manning with a nice play to strip Pettigrew.
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