The Latest on the eighth Sunday of the NFL regular season (all times Eastern):
The Dallas Cowboys beat their NFC rivals the Redskins 33-19 in Washington, and the Seahawks rallied past the Texans in a shootout in late afternoon action.
Seattle rallied past Houston 41-38 on Russell Wilson’s last-minute touchdown pass, his fourth.
Deshaun Watson also threw four TD passes. That gave the Texans rookie an NFL record 19 through his first seven games. Kurt Warner had the old mark of 18 touchdown throws in his first seven games for the Rams in 1999.
In the late game, Le’Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers visit Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions.
The Week 8 finale pits the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs, two teams that were riding high before losing their last two games.
DeShaun Watson threw four more touchdown passes, giving him an NFL record 19 through his first seven career games. That’s one more than Kurt Warner had in 1999 with the then-St. Louis Rams.
But the Texans lost a shootout 41-38 to Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks, who sealed the win on Richard Sherman’s interception of Watson’s deep throw with seven seconds left.
Houston fell to 3-4, a game behind Tennessee and Jacksonville in the AFC South. The Seahawks won their fourth straight after a 1-2 start.
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