Will Fuller got open. Wide open. And Deshaun Watson had no trouble finding him.
That duo linked up for a 73-yard touchdown pass, and with Ka'imi Fairbairn's extra point, it gave the Texans a 28-17 advantage at the 4:31 mark in the third quarter.
On the play, Fuller went deep up the right side, Watson unloaded, and Fuller jogged into the end zone after gathering in the pass.
It was just the second play of the drive, which covered 75 yards and lasted just 0:34.
The pass was the longest of Watson's career, and it was also the longest reception of Fuller's career. That duo has played 11 games together, and they've linked up for 11 touchdowns in those contests.
It also pushed Watson into a tie with Dan Marino for the second-most touchdown passes through a player's first 15 career games in NFL history.
For Fuller, it was his fifth catch of the night, and it pushed him over the 100-yard mark. He finished with 124 yards.
In the fourth quarter, though, Fuller would leave the field with a knee injury. He beat the Dolphins' Bobby McCain deep up the right side, and drew a defensive pass interference penalty. He wound up walking off the field, but didn't return to the game.
Prepped and ready to go. The Houston Texans are ready to take on the Miami Dolphins for Thursday Night Football.