Texans win 22-17, breaking Broncos' five-game streak.

The previous seven games have been decided in 30 seconds, including three field goals with no time left. Their kicker, Matt Ammendola, missed a 58-yard field goal with 29 seconds left in a defeat to the Jaguars last week.

Texans defensive back Jimmie Ward intercepted Russell Wilson in the end zone with 9 seconds left to win the showcase early game Sunday 22-17. Texas improved to 7-5, while Denver fell to 6-6.

The Broncos took over at their 20 with 4:36 left. Two fourth-down conversions kept the drive going.

A fourth-and-1 stop of Javonte Williams in the backfield by Texans rookie Will Anderson nearly ended it, but Williams got out of the tackle and stretched for the 1 yard at the two-minute warning. Wilson ran for 5 yards on fourth-and-three from Houston 13.

Anderson recorded two sacks, five tackles, four quarterback hits, and a pass defensed on a tipped ball that contributed to one of Derek Stingley's interceptions.

Wilson was 15-of-26 for 186 yards with a score and three interceptions while the Broncos had 282 yards and went 0-for-11 on third down. He threw no interceptions in the Broncos' five-game victory streak, which ended Sunday at Houston.

Even though they gained 353 yards, the Texans couldn't stop the Broncos, giving them a chance to win.

C.J. Stroud completed 16-of-27 for 274 yards and a scores. He exited the game for two plays for a concussion check following a quarterback sneak, hurting his hip, which was on the injury report this week. One pass from backup Davis Mills went 18 yards.