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Neil Rackers came up short on a 54-yard field-goal try, and Ryan kick-started Atlanta’s best drive of the game with an 18-yard pass to Gonzalez. Jones made an over-the-shoulder catch to the Houston 4, and Ryan found White wide open for the tying score with 1:46 left in the third quarter.

Johnson then simply fell down chasing a deep pass from Yates, a moment eerily similar to when he hurt his right hamstring without getting touched against Pittsburgh in Week 4. He threw off his helmet in frustration as he hobbled to the bench to meet with trainers, then walked off the field with his head down.

Foster kept Houston on track, converting a fourth-and-1 with a 7-yard run to the Atlanta 2. The Texans took more than 10 minutes off the clock with the 19-play drive, which tied a team record.