Addition since published: #51 Darryl Sharpton
Ref: Clete Blakeman
Cleveland @ Dallas
NY Jets @ St. Louis
Cincinnati @ Kansas City
Jacksonville @ Houston in Yellow
NO GAME due to NFL rules
A WIN AGAINST JACKSONVILLE WOULD...
• Guarantee Houston back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in franchise history.
• Give Houston five consecutive victories against Jacksonville for the first time in franchise history.
• Give Houston its second consecutive season sweep in the series.
• Can have more than 30:00 time of possession for the 11th consecutive regular-season game.
• Can hold their opponent to fewer than 20 points for the eighth time this season and the fourth consecutive game.
TE Owen Daniels
• Needs 1 touchdown catch to establish a new single-season career high of six. He previously had five touchdowns in 2006 and 2009.
RB Arian Foster
• Can extend his team record by scoring a touchdown in his 12th consecutive regular-season game. Including the playoffs, Foster has scored in 13 straight games.
• Can run for a touchdown in his 10th consecutive home game. Over the last 10 years, only San Diego RB LaDainian Tomlinson posted a longer such streak, doing so in 11 straight home games from 2003-05.
• Needs 1 rushing TD to reach 40 for his career.
• Needs 1 receiving TD to set a career single-season high with three.
• Needs 31 rushing yards to reach 4,000 for his career.
CB Kareem Jackson
• Can intercept a pass in consecutive games for the second time this season. He also did so on 9/30 vs. Tennessee and 10/8 at the New York Jets.
• Needs 1 interception to move past CB Jason Allen into fourth on the franchise’s all-time interceptions list with eight.
WR Andre Johnson
• Can extend his franchise-record streak of consecutive games played with a reception to 92.
• Can record his 41st career 100-yard receiving game and third this season.
• Needs 14 receiving yards to pass Hall of Fame WR Lance Alworth (10,266) for 33rd on the NFL’s all-time receiving yardage list.
• Needs 120 receiving yards to pass Harold Jackson (10,372) for 32nd on the NFL’s all-time receiving yardage list.
OLB Whitney Mercilus
• Needs 1 forced fumble to become the seventh Texans player with three or more forced fumbles in a season.
QB Matt Schaub
• Needs 51 passing yards to reach 20,000 for his career.
DE J.J. Watt
• Needs 2.0 sacks to pass Connor Barwin (11.5, 2011) and Mario Williams (12.0, 2008) for the second-highest single-season total in team history. Williams holds the franchise record with 14.0 sacks in 2007.
• Can establish a career high with his third fumble recovery of the season, topping his 2011 total of two.