Final Verdict: For most of Sunday's matchup between the Houston Texans and Seattle Seahawks, the home team appeared to be in complete control, with Houston's defense making Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson miserable in the first half.
However, the Seahawks hung around, a Richard Sherman interception return pulled the Seahawks within three, and a late Steven Hauschka field goal sent the game to overtime.
Hauschka was the hero again in the extra frame, and the Seahawks escaped Reliant Stadium with an unlikely 23-20 victory.
ESPN: Seahawks (7-6)
CBS Sports: Seahawks (6-2)
Fox Sports: Seahawks (3-2)
USA Today: Seahawks (5-2)
Bleacher Report: Seahawks (10-2)
Overall: Seahawks (31-14)
One of Week 4's signature games features a pair of Super Bowl contenders locking horns in the Lone Star State.
The Houston Texans will be looking to bounce back from last week's loss to the Baltimore Ravens, but that isn't going to be an easy task against a Seattle Seahawks squad that's arguably the NFL's best team.
For a matchup this big, we'll get some thoughts from both sides of the argument.
Bleacher Report NFL National Lead Writer Michael Schottey believes the visitors will win big:
The Texans just don't have the killer instinct that great teams should have. The Seahawks do and are about to put on a clinic. Quarterback Matt Schaub is going to be seeing out of his earhole for a week as the Seahawks continue to roll.
However, NFC East Lead Writer Brad Gagnon thinks the home team will prevail:
This Seattle team is playing so well, but it's dominant at home. It lost in Detroit and Miami last year, and that Houston defensive front could have a big day against an offensive line that is missing Russell Okung.