It was another close game for the Houston Texans. In fact, it was almost headed for another overtime affair that is, until an interception by veteran cornerback Jonathan Joseph that he ran in for a touchdown iced the win 20-13.

The Texans struggled a bit on offense but a pass interference call on Phillip Gaines on a Will Fuller pass play moved the ball to the Bills 1-yard line with about 2 minutes in the game. The Texans were behind by 3 points looking to score a touchdown but after 3 tries, the Texans were forced to kick a field goal to even it up. That's when it looked like it might end up being another overtime game. That's not how it ended, however, as Jonathan Joseph picked off backup quarterback Nathan Peterman and ran it in for the final score. The win avoided the Texans' 3rd straight overtime game and upped their record to 3-3.

Next up for the Texans, a divisional game on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars who are also 3-3. Jacksonville got seriously thumped by the Dallas Cowboys yesterday 40-7.

Hear all the action starting with the pregame Sunday morning at 11:30.