Johnathan Joseph takes franchise interceptions lead

Johnathan Joseph now stands alone.

Joseph became the franchise leader in interceptions after he picked off a Jameis Winston pass in the second quarter of Saturday's game at Tampa Bay.

The veteran cornerback now has 17 interceptions as a Texan, and 31 in his career. It's his first pick of the season.

On the play, the Buccaneers faced a 1st-and-10 at the Houston 31-yard line. Winston went deep to the right side for Breshad Perriman, but Joseph was there to snare and hold on to it at the Houston 14-yard line.

It was one of three first half interceptions for the Texans.

Joseph had been tied with Kareem Jackson for the career lead.

See photos of Texans Players arriving at Raymond James Stadium for today's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Arrival photos are presented by Palais Royal.

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