Found September 25, 2013 on Third And Wrong:
It’s not often that you get to see just the third regular season meeting between two NFL teams, but that’s exactly what you will get if you’re planning on watching the Seattle Seahawks travel to Houston to face the Texans.  Since the Texans’ inaugural season in 2002, they have faced Seattle just twice (in 2005 and 2009) and the series is currently tied at 1-1. In the first meeting of these two teams in 2005, the Seahawks annihilated the Texans 42-10.  In that game, the Seahawks ran the ball incredibly well, with eventual MVP Shaun Alexander carrying the ball 22 times for 141 yards and an astonishing four touchdowns while his backup, Maurice Morris, rushed for 104 yards and a score on just 8 carries. In 2009 the latest showdown between these two teams resulted in yet another blowout, but this time the Texans were on the winning end. Houston demolished Seattle 34-7 at home in front of 70,380 fans at Reliant Stadium.  Wide receiver Andre Johnson carried the team to victory in this one,...
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