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SportsCenter Highlight Of The Night

HOUSTON HAS A PROBLEM

Josh Wilson's overtime pick-six for the Ravens was the 18th regular-season walk-off interception touchdown since the NFL adopted overtime (see: 1974) and it was the first since Charles Tillman did it for the Bears in 2005. And it meant that the Texans became the first team in NFL history to lose 4 different games in a single season when they fell behind by at least 14 points, and then pulled back even or took a lead before losing out in the end. And not only have they lost 4 games like that this season, they've lost 4 of their last 5 games like that (see also: at the Jaguars, at the Jets, and at the Eagles).