SEATTLE — No matter how much Deshaun Watson impersonated Russell Wilson on Sunday, the original ended up coming out on top.

Wilson hit Jimmy Graham for an 18-yard touchdown with 21 seconds left, and the Seattle Seahawks rallied for a wild 41-38 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday.

Down 38-34 with 1:39 remaining and out of timeouts, Seattle drove 80 yards. Wilson hit Paul Richardson for 48 yards on a jump ball to start the drive, found Tyler Lockett for 19 yards, and drilled a strike to Graham for the winner.

Wilson finished 26 of 41 for a career-high 452 yards and four TDs. He connected with Richardson and Graham for two TDs apiece, including a 1-yard pass to Graham with 5:41 left.

It was an unexpected shootout that again highlighted Wilson’s greatness in the fourth quarter and Watson’s potential as the league’s next star QB.

“This, to me, might be (Wilson’s) finest work today,” Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin said.

Watson was nearly the equal of Wilson, throwing for 402 yards and four touchdowns. But he couldn’t come up with a final answer and was intercepted by Richard Sherman on a desperation throw with 7 seconds left. Sherman had two interceptions, and Earl Thomas returned a pick 78 yards for a TD in the first quarter.