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The Houston Texans got a huge play from Bradley Roby during the first quarter Sunday night against the New England Patriots. Brady, on 3rd-and-4 from his own 25-yard line, tried to get the ball out quickly but threw toward Roby.

That’s when the cornerback jumped the route and nearly took it back the distance for six points.

Roby took his helmet off celebrating his big play, backing the Texans up a bit. But his amazing interception still set Houston’s offense up just outside the 20-yard line. From there, Duke Johnson scored a touchdown to give the Texans a 7-3 lead.

Jesse Reed
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