It was the complete team effort the Green Bay Packers have been waiting for all season.
Reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers set a career high and tied Matt Flynn's franchise record by throwing six touchdowns and the Packers beat the previously Texans undefeated 42-24 to improve to 3-3 on the season.
Jordy Nelson caught three touchdowns and James Jones caught two for the third straight game, joining Don Hutson as the only Green Bay players to ever do that. Tom Crabtree had the other touchdown reception from Rodgers who finished the night completing 24 of 37 passes 338 yards.
Arian Foster scored two rushing touchdowns, but the NFL's second leading rusher was held to just 29 yards on the ground.
The Packers defense played the pass well also. Green Bay sacked Houston QB Matt Schaub on each of the Texans' first three offensive possessions. Schaub had only been sacked three times in the previous five games. Packers' rookie CB Casey Hayward intercepted Schaub twice, and Sam Shields added another before exiting the game with a shin injury.
A.J. Hawk led the Packers in tackles with 10, while also adding one sack and one tackle for a loss.
While Jones and Nelson combined for 5 TDs and 154 yards, second year WR Randall Cobb also contributed 7 receptions for 102 yards for a group that was without Greg Jennings once again due to a groin injury.
The Packers go on the road for the third straight week next Sunday to take on the 3-3 St. Louis Rams.