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Top plays of 2012: Johnathan Joseph INT vs. Ravens

Posted Mar 30, 2013

Johnathan Joseph's interception of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco in the Week 7 matchup ranks as the Texans' No. 1 INT of 2012.

Throughout the month of March, we asked you to pick the best interceptions of the Texans’ 2012 season.

Your votes via text message determined the top-five interceptions out of 10 choices. With the results now tallied, we’re unveiling them one-by-one this week as March comes to a close.

Coming in as the No. 1 interception in our “Top Plays of 2012”:

INT5: CB Johnathan Joseph, Week 7 vs. Baltimore Ravens (15:00 2nd quarter, Texans leading 9-3)
On second-and-7 from the Baltimore 41, Joseph picked off future Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco and returned it 52 yards for a touchdown. J.J. Watt tipped the pass at the line of scrimmage.

Top Plays of 2012: Interceptions


5. CB Johnathan Joseph, Wild Card Playoffs vs. Cincinnati Bengals – 10% of vote (Watch)
4. CB Johnathan Joseph, Week 1 vs. Miami Dolphins – 12% of vote (Watch)
3. CB Kareem Jackson, Week 4 vs. Tennessee Titans – 14% of vote (Watch)
2. SS Danieal Manning, Week 4 vs. Tennessee Titans – 17% of vote (Watch)
1. CB Johnathan Joseph, Week 7 vs. Baltimore Ravens – 21% of vote (Watch)

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