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Texans Greatest Moment: Opening Night
In the franchise's first contest, a frenzied Houston crowd saw NFL football return to the city with a 19-10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. The Texans scored 1:14 into the game, never trailed, and put an exclamation point on the win by sacking Dallas quarterback Quincy Carter for a safety with 2:36 remaining in the contest.
Texans Greatest Moment: J.J. Watt Pick 6
With the score knotted at 10-10 late in the first half of the franchise's first-ever playoff game, rookie J.J. Watt intercepted an Andy Dalton pass at point blank range, rumbled 29 yards into the end zone, and ignited the NRG Stadium crowd. The Texans would tack on a touchdown in the third and fourth quarters, and cruise to a 31-10 triumph.
Texans Greatest Moment: AFCS Title
Riding a 6-game win streak, the Texans trailed the Bengals on the road for all but the game's final two seconds. Rookie quarterback T.J. Yates led Houston on a game-winning touchdown drive, finding receiver Kevin Walter for a scoring strike just before time expired. The victory, coupled with a Saints win over the Titans, gave the Texans their first AFC South crown.