Johnathan Joseph has been in the NFL for 13 seasons now, including eight with the Houston Texans. Headed into Sunday, he had yet to grab an interception this season.

He chose quite the time for his first when he picked off Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman to give the Texans a 20-13 lead late in the fourth quarter. Houston would go on to win by that score.

Joseph’s interception 28 yards toward the end zone capped 10 unanswered points by the Texans to come back and win the game.

Peterman, who once played for Tennessee under Butch Jones, was only in the game because Josh Allen left in the third quarter with an elbow injury.  He threw two interceptions on just 12 attempts.

The interception was No. 29 for Joseph in his career and his seventh pick six.