5. J.J. Watt’s pick-six in the 2011 playoffs
During his rookie season with the Texans, Watt struggled but Houston did win the AFC South, setting the team up for a Wild Card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. It was the franchise’s first time making it to the playoffs. With about a minute left in the first half, the score was tied 10-10 and the Bengals had the ball. That’s when Watt picked off Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton and returned it 29 yards for a touchdown. The pick-six gave the Texans a 17-10 lead heading into halftime and Houston would end up winning the game 31-10, its first ever playoff win. It was Watt’s first interception and first pick-six of his career.