J.J. Watt makes presence felt in return from torn pec

The Houston Texans looked like toast following a DeAndre Hopkins third-quarter fumble. Bill O’Brien’s team laid an egg in the first half, was already down 13 points to the Buffalo Bills, and stared at a potential 20-point deficit.

The Bills sat at third-and-8 from the Texans’ 12. Then J.J. Watt came streaking off the edge to sack Josh Allen and force a field-goal. The Texans went down by 16, but the play woke up a sleepy crowd and ignited the largest comeback victory in Houston playoff history, a 22-19 overtime win.

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