Seattle had one of the wilder interceptions you'll see this year, but it wasn't enough to stall a Texans offense that's been making the Seahawks look lost for most of the afternoon.
The story: Houston was in the red zone, and quarterback Matt Schaub targeted tight end Owen Daniels. The ball pinballed around in the air before ending up in the hands of free safety Earl Thomas. Tip drill, baby!
Schaub has now thrown an interception in seven straight games, including playoffs, but this one, at least, didn't hurt his team. Seattle would punt the ball away a few minutes later. But at least we're left with this magic highlight.