Seattle Seahawks vs. Houston Texans: Live Scores, Highlights, Analysis
It is difficult to describe this game. The Seahawks could do nothing offensively for three quarters. The Texans were running away with this game and were on their way to a blowout win. Then Wilson's 98-yard play happened, and everything changed.
The Seahawks are 4-0 for the first time in franchise history, while the Texans drop to 2-2 on the season with their second straight loss.
This was a crazy game for both teams. It's going to take some time to make sense of it all.
Congrats to the Seattle Schaubs for beating the Houston Texans— trey wingo (@wingoz) September 29, 2013
Matt Schaub's critics will have a lot to talk about this week. He didn't have his best game, and the pick-six he threw to Sherman cost Houston the win.
Tough to figure out how a team with three backups on the offensive line down 20-6 in the fourth quarter on the road managed to pull out a win, but Seattle did just that.
Overtime, 3:23 Remaining
Steven Hauschka steps out for a 45-yard attempt for a very unlikely win for the Seahawks.
Overtime, 7:30 Remaining
A sack and a strong pass rush end the threat. The Seahawks take over just outside the 30.
At what point do people start worrying about this game ending in a tie?
Overtime, 8:30 Remaining
The Seahawks get another stop, but a bad pass interference penalty bails out the Texans. There was contact, but the ball wasn't even close to catchable. The Texans are now close to FG range.
Overtime, 12:07 Remaining
The Seahawks got to the 48-yard line, but the Wilson was sacked for a loss of 10. Both defenses are showing up here in overtime.
The broadcasters just said that Michael Bennett is on his way back to the stadium after all tests were negative.
Schaub under tremendous pressure. Third down pass batted away. Lechler punting. 20 seconds left. Seattle on its 11. Overtime coming.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 0:20 Remaining
The Seahawks are running the clock out. We're headed to overtime.
Here's the pick-six that tied the score.
That epic Russell Wilson 98-yard td drive looks even more epic now.— gregg rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 2:00 Remaining
Schaub and the Texans have a chance to redeem themselves here. They have the ball and are close to FG range.
Fans are booing Schaub like crazy as the offense comes on field with 2:40 left and on the 20.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) September 29, 2013
The fans are not happy with Matt Schaub here.
Wilson under heavy pressure throws desperation pass to Kearse that is intercepted by Joseph at the 43.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 5:11 Remaining
That might be the game right there. WR Jermaine Kearse gives up on the play and Wilson's pass is intercepted. The Texans are getting a chance to run out the clock.
I'm not saying panic ... but ....— James Palmer (@JPalmerCSN) September 29, 2013
Seahawks are now just 45 yards from a tie score.
Texans played a magnificent first half but have been outscored 10-0 in the second. A dreadful performance so far. They need some 1st downs.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 6:50 Remaining
It was a solid three quarters by the Texans, but someone woke up the Seahawks in the fourth. They're about to get the ball back and they're only down by seven.
Touchdown Seahawks. Gutty drive by Russell Wilson there. Now 20-13 Texans 7:43 left.— Chris Daniels (@ChrisDaniels5) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 7:43 Remaining
A 98-yard drive gets Seattle seven points. It only took one drive and Seattle is suddenly back in this game.
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