The Houston Texans had a chance to remain undefeated and show just how good they could be in front of a national television audience for the second time in a week.
Instead, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers stole the spotlight.
The reigning MVP set a career high and tied a franchise record with six touchdown passes and the Packers played their best game of their so far inconsistent season, beating Houston 42-24 on Sunday night.
''Tonight wasn't our night. We didn't have a good showing,'' defensive end J.J. Watt said of the Texans, who beat the Jets 23-17 on Monday night. ''We are going to come back to practice this week, fix our mistakes, get it all corrected, and we will be just fine next week.''
Jordy Nelson caught three touchdown passes and James Jones had two, including a beautiful, diving one-hander in the fourth quarter for the Packers (3-3). Tom Crabtree had the other, a 48-yarder that Rodgers threw just before taking a hit from Texans' outside linebacker Brooks Ree...