I thought they should have gone for it but punting was defensible. The defense had played really well up to that point so I didn't have a problem with pinning them inside the 20 and making them drive 50+ yards to get into FG range with a non-existent running game and a clearly hobbled Watson. Even despite showing some signs of allowing them to move the ball it wasn't undone until the defense allowed Hopkins to rumble for 42 yards. Allowing that to happen is going to screw you no matter what you do. Imagine the howls if they'd gone for it, not made it, and then proceeded to give up that play. Plus, at that point in the game, I trusted the defense more than the offense. Houston's front seven had been absolutely dominating the line since the 3rd quarter and I wasn't terribly confident they'd convert the 4th down. But I still would have preferred to go for the kill shot there.