Houston remains atop the AFC standings with a franchise-best 7-1 start after picking up another win by beating the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Just don't expect the Texans to celebrate the 21-9 win in which Arian Foster ran for 111 yards and a touchdown and Andre Johnson added 118 yards receiving to lead a balanced attack.
''I think we can be a lot better,'' Johnson said. ''I think we have yet to play our best football.''
The Texans know they'll need to next Sunday night at Chicago, which also improved to 7-1 Sunday.
''We're not finished,'' quarterback Matt Schaub said. ''We have to go in a tough environment against a very good football team next Sunday. We've got to look at this one as something to grow from.''
Mario Williams had a sack and a team-leading five tackles in his first game at Reliant Stadium since signing a $100 million contract with Buffalo (3-5) in the offseason.
''I think the biggest thing for me is if you go out and make a play and you get booed, I know I'm in y...