Not only are the Seahawks 3-0, but they have won in impressive fashion. Since getting off to a slow start on the road against the Carolina Panthers in Week 1, they have since dominated the San Francisco 49ers at home and spanked a bad Jacksonville Jaguars team. Even more impressive is the fact that the Seahawks have been so good without wide receiver Percy Harvin and pass rusher Bruce Irvin.
The Texans, meanwhile, began the season with two shaky wins before losing big to the Baltimore Ravens last week. The team was without left tackle Duane Brown, and the offense seemed to suffer as a result. Matt Schaub was sacked three times and managed just 194 yards passing, and Arian Foster was held to 54 yards on 12 carries.
The Texans will be looking to prove they are a much better team at home Sunday. The Seahawks, meanwhile, will be looking to prove they are the best team in the league.
Sunday, Sept. 29, 1 p.m. ET
Reliant Stadium, Hoston Texas
Seattle: KCPQ Channel 13
Houston: KRIV Channel 26
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Seattle: KIRO 710 AM, KIRO 97.3 FM
Houston: KILT 610 AM, KILT 100.3 FM