Sunday Night Football

Season 8 Episode 8

Week 5: Houston Texans vs. San Francisco 49ers

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 06, 2013 on NBC
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Week 5: Houston Texans vs. San Francisco 49ers
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The Houston Texans (2-2) travel to Candlestick Park to face the San Francisco 49ers (2-2) in an inter-conference game.
Final Score: Houston 3 San Francisco 34

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Final Score:
        Houston Texans 3
        San Francisco 49ers 34

      • When Matt Schaub was intercepted in the first quarter by San Francisco cornerback Tramaine Brock and Brock returned the interception for a touchdown, Schaub became the first player in NFL history to have interceptions returned for a touchdown in four consecutive games. The previous record of three was held jointly by Peyton Manning and John Elway.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (on his cornerback Tramaine Brock, who had two interceptions, returning one for touchdown)
        San Francisco Coach Jim Harbaugh: He made huge plays. It was great to see Tramaine do that. He was in perfect position, playing coverage perfectly on the first play.

      • (on his cornerback Tramaine Brock, who had two interceptions, returning one for touchdown)
        San Francisco Coach Jim Harbaugh: He made huge plays. It was great to see Tramaine do that. He was in perfect position, playing coverage perfectly on the first play.

      • Houston Quarterback Matt Schaub: There's a snowball effect. We couldn't get anything going, and when we did, we hurt ourselves. We stopped ourselves.

      • San Francisco Running Back Frank Gore: We're the 49ers. When we're on, we can do whatever we want to do. That's probably the best front we've gone through all season, and up front our O-line did the job. If it's smash-mouth football, we'll do it.

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