"That's discipline," Kubiak said, "and discipline starts with me."
Texans Guard Antoine Caldwell suffered a concussion in the second quarter, sending him out of the game. Texans defensive end Tim Jamison suffered a right Achilles injury in the first quarter, putting him out of the game.
NOTES: Packers LB D.J. Smith and RB Brandon Saine left the game with "significant" knee injuries, according to the team. ... Rodgers surpassed his previous career high (5), set in the second-to-last game of last season, against Chicago. ... The Packers improved to 19-5 in Sunday night games. ... Texans WR Andre Johnson caught eight passes for 75 yards, going over 10,000 yards receiving in his career. ... The Texans made a field goal for the 16th consecutive game, a franchise record. ... The announced attendance was 71,702, a record for a regular-season game at Reliant Stadium.
Andre Johnson eclipsed 10,000 career receiving yards in the game -- the 38th player in the NFL to do so.
The Texans beat the New York Jets in a nationally televised game on Monday night, making it the first 5-0 start in franchise history.
Cushing Sidelined By Injury
The Texans went into battle without one of their top players, Brian Cushing. He is out for the season after tearing his ACL in the game against the New York Jets last Monday.
"A big blow to our team," head coach Gary Kubiak said. "You feel bad for Brian because he worked so hard and was playing so well, leading tackler on our team. He's going to be missed."
"It's all part of the game," Cushing said. "The next step is just to get healthy, get back on the field as fast as I can."
A first-round draft pick in 2009, Cushing has no timetable for the necessary surgery or a return to football activities. He plans to attend as many team meetings and practices as possible while he recovers.
"I want be around, I want to be here for the guys, and help them the best I can, whether it's in spirit, or coaching tips or whatever," said Cushing, one of the team's emotional leaders. "I've got a new role now, and I've accepted it."
He vowed to return in a confident proclamation on Twitter on Wednesday -- and added a bold guarantee.
"Trust me when I say I'll be back better than ever," Cushing wrote. "I appreciate all the love and want u to know WE are STILL winning THIS year's Super Bowl."
Cushing acknowledged on Friday that the tweet drew "a lot of mixed reactions," but he was only trying to send a positive message to his teammates.
Second year defensive end J.J. Watt has led Houston's dominant defense so far.