Found November 10, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
With the Texans trailing two scores late in the fourth quarter, Case Keenum floated one into the end zone for Andre Johnson. At first, Patrick Peterson got his hands on it. Well defended, but ultimately all he could do is to tip it into the hands of Johnson for one of the day’s more impressive TDs.
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