Lamar Miller also had a productive night on the ground with 133 yards and a score, as the Texans compiled 427 yards of total offense, while improving to 3-1 on their home field. They were also efficient by not turning the ball over, as Watson tied a career-high his five touchdown passes. The young quarterback became the first in the Super Bowl era to record multiple five-passing touchdown games in the first two seasons of his NFL career.
The Texans' win streak is their longest since they won six in a row in the 2012 season. Watson's big night now gives him 34 career touchdown passes, moving him past Dan Marino's 32 for the second-most through 15 games in NFL history. He had scoring passes of 13, 2, 73, 49, and 2 yards, as he found Jordan Thomas and Deandre Hopkins twice each and Will Fuller V once in the end zone.
Hopkins had himself an eventful night with an unbelievable one-handed, through the legs catch that somehow was waved off for offensive pass interference. He was asked about it after the game, but with his team being on fire coming off a win, he could only laugh it off.
Keenyan Drake found the end zone for the Dolphins, who started Brock Osweiler again for the injured Ryan Tannehill. Osweiler threw for 241 yards and an interception in his third start of the season. Miami drops to 4-4, including 1-3 away from home, as they move on to host the New York Jets next week. The Texans will hit the road and take on the Denver Broncos on November 4th.