The Texans' quarterback also making history with that rush. Hopkins with his second touchdown reception of the evening, this time for 16 yards. Watson connected with Hopkins eight times for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Voting Playbook presented by Yahoo Sports, Lutz's 58-yard field goal lifts Saints over Texans, 30-28. The Texans only needed two plays to march down the field with less than a minute left and score a go-ahead touchdown. He also rushed four times for 40 yards and a score. Texans 7, Saints 3. Then, after kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn initially missed the PAT, a roughing the kicker penalty gave him a second chance, which he did not miss as the Texans took a 28-27 lead. He will begin the drive from the Texans' 25-yard line. Brees moves the Saints 65 yards down field, but the drive ends at Houston's 14-yard line. #HOUvsNO (via @thecheckdown ) pic.twitter.com/X4O8IO1Osv. The Saints added another field goal with 55 seconds left in the game to go up, 27-21. Brees finds fellow Saints quarterback Taysom Hill — acting as a receiver — in the end zone for a 9-yard touchdown pass. The Saints will start on their own 7-yard line with 3:29 remaining in the game. Houston Texans 28 at New Orleans Saints 30 on September 9th, 2019 - Full team and player stats and box score But Drew Brees still had time, and he made the most of it. Hopkins up an unnecessary roughness penalty on the slam tackle after the pick for a 15-yard penalty. Drew Brees and Wil Lutz supplied the accuracy and poise New Orleans needed to overcome another officiating gaffe and its defense's late collapse. Watson finds Hopkins in the end zone for a 2-yard touchdown. The punt from Thomas Morstead starts the Texans at their own 9-yard line. 7:22 p.m.: The Saints drive stalls at the Houston 45-yard line. The Saints will start their drive from the Houston 49-yard line. They're now at their own 47. 7:36 p.m.: Whitney Mercilus picks off Brees at the Houston 4-yard line. 9:51 p.m.: The Saints punt the ball away and the Texans will take over on their own 4-yard line. Now 2nd-and-16 with less than three minutes left in the half. #NoMerci | #HOUvsNO pic.twitter.com/kYhrXMCTXt. 7:10 p.m.: The Texans receive the opening kickoff and take the touchback. Saints 30, Texans 28. Houston is forced to punt. #HOUvsNO | #WeAreTexans pic.twitter.com/95Kq6Cu8X9. Lutz connects on the 58-yard field goal to send the Mercedes-Benz Superdome into a frenzy. 8:06 p.m.: Watson is back out on the field at quarterback for the Saints after heading into the tent. They'll start their drive from their own 25-yard line. ''That one's got to be a top-one moment for me,'' Lutz said, adding that as much as he tries to treat each kick the same, ''I got to be honest. Texans 14, Saints 3, Beautiful. Step 1: GO UP. @deshaunwatson can do it all. 8:15 p.m.: The Texans made it into the red zone, but a holding penalty pulls them back to the 25-yard line. 8:28 p.m.: The Saints take the touchback and will start their drive from the 25-yard line. Saints 24, Texans 21, . 10:00 p.m.: Watson is sacked for the sixth time and the Texans will be forced to punt the ball from their own 45. Step 2: GET IT. 8:18 p.m.: Duke Johnson takes a catch 13 yards for a Texans' first down just before the two-minute warning. Watson is the 3rd player in NFL history to record 6,000 pass yds & 45 pass TDs in a player’s first 24 games, joining Kurt Warner & Dan Marino pic.twitter.com/ZSud04Fj1M, 8:55 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SAINTS. 8:52 p.m.: Deonte Harris retursn the kickoff 15 yards to the 17-yard line to start off New Orleans' drive. The former championship-winning quarterback out of Clemson showed he has ice water in his veins, taking just two plays to give the Texans the lead: a 38-yard pass to DeAndre Hopkins and a 37-yard touchdown pass to new Texans’ receiver Kenny Stills. @deshaunwatson finds @Will_Fuller7 ! The Saints will begin their drive from the Texans' 49. Wil Lutz makes the 32-yarder though to put New Orleans on the board. The Saints will start at the 28-yard line. 10:05 p.m.: Brees connects with Ted Ginn for a 41-yard pass to bring the game to the two-minute warning. #Texans QB @deshaunwatson became the fastest player in NFL history to record at least 6,000 passing yards & 800 rushing yards (24 games). 7:28 p.m.: The Texans are again forced to punt. 7:20 p.m.: Michael Thomas with the first big play of the game, taking a pass 24 yards for a Saints first down. 9:22 p.m.: Carter is stopped at just the 16-yard line on the kickoff return for the Texans. All rights reserved. 7:40 p.m.: Will Fuller makes an over-the-head grab over Eli Apple for a 54-yard reception to put the Texans on the New Orleans' 40-yard line. View the Box Score for the NFL football game between the New Orleans Saints and the Houston Texans on November 29, 2015. In the first half, nothing got going for New Orleans, as the offense only mustered three points while surrendering 14 to the visiting Texans. Putting the AK in tAKe off @A_kamara6 sets up the score ⚜️ pic.twitter.com/RUhonY3EYJ. Yahoo Sports - NBC Sports Network. 10:16 p.m.: Watson finds Hopkins for a 38-yard touchdown to put the Texans in New Orleans' territory. 9:39 p.m.: Watson trying to retake the lead finds Jordan Akins for a 17-yard pass to drive up to Houston's 38-yard line. Ginn Jr. Watson gets sacked twice and completes a pass for minus-1 yard and Houston is forced to punt. 9:17 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SAINTS. @deshaunwatson ➡️ @DeAndreHopkins #HOUvsNO pic.twitter.com/K3ECZwAxjr. MORE: Biggest overreactions from the NFL's Week 1. AGAIN. Latavius Murray takes the handoff 30 yards into the end zone for a touchdown. 8:02 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, SAINTS. This game streamed live on the Yahoo Sports mobile app. Texans 7, Saints 0, . Brees. Running back Alvin Kamara also shined, taking 13 carries 97 yards while making seven catches for 72 yards.