"I'm pissed off," J.J. Watt said after the game. "This sucks. Nobody likes to lose, especially like this in your own building. This isn't fun, man!"
The Texans played 40 perfect minutes, and then 32 awful minutes. That's the story of their season at 2-2.
Here's what else we learned:
- Russell Wilson could barely get a pass off most of the game. Seattle's passing game went from conservative to invisible to ineffective until an epic 98-yard drive in the fourth quarter turned the game around. Wilson pulled off the comeback with his legs. With nothing happening through the air, Wilson ran for 77 yards down the stretch, including an enormous fourth-down scramble near the goal line.
Seattle's pass-protection problems are something to watch in the coming weeks.
- Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison said quarterback Matt Schaub was making too many "bad decisions" before this game. His throw that Sherman picked off was one of the worst decisions by any quarterback all season. Schaub played a strong game overall, but he isn't playing like a veteran. This is an imbalanced Texans team.