In the early going of Sunday's game at Tennessee, all Kenny Stills did was catch touchdowns.
The first two times the Texans receiver was thrown to, he scored.
At the start of the second quarter, he pulled in a 12-yard scoring pass from Deshaun Watson.
Later before the half, he came down with a 16-yarder, and Houston was up 14-0 with 3:14 left in the second quarter.
The catches were his third and fourth touchdown catches of the season, and Watson's 25th and 26th scoring strikes of 2019.
Late in the second quarter, he caught a pass for a 7-yard gain at midfield.