With a short week on the horizon for Week 2, there won't be much time for Bill O'Brien and company to reflect back on this forgettable opener.
Here are three takeaways from Jacksonville's first victory of the year. No other Texans player was targeted more than five times or finished with more than 50 receiving yards.
To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. The good thing is that number is down when they play at home. They were talking about the defensive lineman on the Texans.
"Come on, man", Ramsey said. "That was our whole game plan". I thought it was awesome coach coming right back to him. Tom Savage took over the starting quarterback role late last season and now steps into this season as the man, but rookie Deshaun Watson could be a factor at some point this year.
"He gives them a better chance".
The Jags say they will reevaluate travel options Monday morning.
Meanwhile, Blake Bortles threw for 125 yards and a touchdown.
A person familiar with the situation says the Miami Dolphins will practice next week in California in advance of their September 17 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, a decision made in response to the expected wrath of Hurricane Irma. "Our guys up front took that on as a challenge". The Jaguars posted 334 Total Yards Per Game while the Texans ran for 314 last season. The opening drive stalled at the 24-yard line and Jason Myers kicked a 42-yard drive. I think Jacksonville will rush Fournette 15+ times, but I hope the Texans defense clogs up the running holes. A city that is all too familiar with a hurricane's devastating impact.
"I don't know. It just seemed like it was the end of the world, kind of", she said. "We did a great job of staying focused".
The Jaguars defense racked up 10 sacks on the day and caused four turnovers on the day. Having played only the first of four preseason games, even his teammates weren't sure what they had in the 6-foot, 228-pound battering ram with extra gears of speed.