Kyle Rudolph caught three passes for 39 yards with a touchdown in the Vikings' Week 16 upset over the Texans.
Midway through the first quarter, the Vikings called the goal-line play that has worked so well for them all year. Rudolph engaged as a blocker and then released to the front pylon where Christian Ponder found him on his first read. It was Rudolph's ninth touchdown of the year on 51 catches. He'll be a red-zone target once again against the Packers in Week 17.