While the Cowboys-Texans game from Sunday was one of the most watched regular season games for the Noon (CST) time slot in recent years, not everyone in the country was privy to the Battle of Texas showdown.
The Cowboys' dramatic 20-17 overtime win over the Texans, initially aired by CBS, will be re-aired on NFL Network Wednesday night at 7 p.m. (CST)
The network's weekly program, NFL Replay, will air the Texas Showdown during a 90-miniute program that shows the network broadcast, along with interviews and replays from NFL Films.
The back-and-forth affair saw the Cowboys grab a 3-0 halftime lead, only to see the Texans get the lead in the third quarter. But a pair of touchdowns passes by Tony Romo gave Dallas a seemingly commanding 17-7 fourth-quarter lead.
But Arian Foster aided a strong Texans comeback to tie the game and force overtime. But it was Dez Bryant's circus catch that led to a Dan Bailey game-winner, giving the Cowboys a 4-1 start to the regular season.