GREEN BAY (AP) -- Playing his first game in a month because of a knee injury, quarterback Matt Schaub marched the Houston Texans to set up Kris Brown's 40-yard field goal on the final play of the game to beat the Green Bay Packers 24-21 on Sunday.
It was the second straight late defensive meltdown at home by the Packers (5-8), who came into Sunday's game holding on to playoff hopes in the mediocre NFC North.
The Texans won despite committing four turnovers, perhaps the byproduct of a warm-weather team playing in temperatures that hovered around 3 degrees at kickoff. Still, the Texans (6-7) managed their second victory in six days after beating Jacksonville on Monday night.
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GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- The Houston Texans walked away from a frigid Lambeau Field on Sunday and beat the Green Bay Packers 24-21 on a last second field goal.
The Packers had trailed much of the game, but thanks to a flurry of Texan turnovers, they managed to tie the game at 21 in the fourth quarter.
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