The Texans now hold a two-game lead in the AFC South after the Tennessee Titans' 38-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
- The Washington Redskins will be without quarterback Alex Smith for the foreseeable future after Smith's gruesome leg injury in Sunday's game against the Houston Texans - but don't expect Colin Kaepernick to come running through the tunnel to replace him.
Smith suffered a broken tibia and fibula in a 23-21 defeat against the Houston Texans on Sunday and was scheduled to undergo surgery right away. Houston made it 17-7 after Justin Reid returned an Alex Smith interception 101 yards for a touchdown.
"He's a great guy and hard worker and one of the key leaders on this football team".
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The Redskins seventh-round rookie wide receiver was activated off injured reserve this week and played his first game since the opening week of the season. Norman said. "You guys came out and you showed up in a big way".
It's a tough break for Smith, who has kept Washington atop the NFC East standings this season, his first in the nation's capital.
Watson threw for a touchdown and had two interceptions, completing 16 of 24 passes and taking three sacks.
The Detroit Lions snapped a three-game skid with a 20-19 victory over the Carolina Panthers, whose decision to go for a two-point conversion and a win rather than an extra point to force overtime backfired.