Tyrod Taylor goes airborne for six

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If the early slate of games is any indication, NFL fans might be in for a repeat of a wild Week 10. As things stands right now with the early games approaching halftime, the Indianapolis Colts have a ten-point lead over the Buffalo Bills, the Baltimore Ravens — without Lamar Jackson — lead the Chicago Bears by just three, and the Minnesota Vikings have a 16-3 lead over the visiting Green Bay Packers.

But the most surprising scoreline from the early games? The Houston Texans, holding a 1-8 record on the season, have a 12-0 lead over the 8-2 Tennessee Titans on the road.

Houston notched field goals on each of their first two possessions, but on their third the Texans finally punched it into the end zone. The touchdown came courtesy of a Superman-like effort from quarterback Tyrod Taylor:

Taylor escapes the pocket to his lefty, and facing safety Amani Hooker near the goal-line, the quarterback takes to the skies, leaping over the safety and into the end zone for the touchdown.

Sure, it is early, but with the way this slate of games seems to be shaping up, this score might just hold…