With the sixth Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week six. The Houston Texans steamrolled the hapless Browns, the Miami Dolphins had an impressive comeback on the road and the Pittsburgh Steelers downed the last undefeated team in the league.

Houston Texans

The Houston Texans went on the road to face the winless Cleveland Browns and found themselves in an early struggle, as the Browns made a field goal with 3:15 left in the first quarter to tie the game. From this point until the start of the fourth quarter, Houston would proceed to score 30 unanswered points.

Rookie sensation Deshaun Watson threw three touchdowns, Johnathan Joseph had an 82-yard interception return and the defense forced a safety. Cleveland would manage two touchdowns in the fourth but ended up losing 33-17. Since Watson made his first start in week two against the Bengals, the Texans are 3-2 and are averaging 34 points a game.

Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins entered Sunday's game facing an Atlanta Falcons team playing at home and coming off of a bye week.

Atlanta raced out to a 17-0 lead at halftime and Miami's offense looked awful once again, as things seemed hopeless for a team that was barely averaging over ten points per game.

Then Miami flipped a switch in the second half as they scored on four consecutive drives to take a 20-17 led with just over two minutes left, as Atlanta's offense got shut down.

Reshard Jones then came up with a huge interception to seal the victory after the Falcons had driven down to the 26-yard line with 39 seconds left.

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers went on the road to face the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs, as the team had questions swirling around their offense's performance and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's ability. At the end of the first quarter, Pittsburgh was down 3-2 but managed to score ten unanswered points to take a 12-3 halftime led.

Kansas City then struck in the fourth quarter to cut the led down to two points but Pittsburgh responded with a 51-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown to get up 19-10. The Chiefs then make a late field goal and would manage to get to midfield before turning it over on downs, as Pittsburgh preserved a 19-13 victory.

The Steelers dominated the game from a statistical standpoint, managing 188 more total yards, 11 more first downs and held the ball for 13:18 longer. Le'Von Bell and Brown both played like superstars, combining for 346 total yards and two touchdowns.