Originally Posted by JAGGATOR1
...I expect a low scoring affair. Both of these teams have been going down field quite often this year, so it would be no suprise to see both Del Rio and Capers scheme against that. No long TD's or huge chunks of yardage will be given up through the air.
The Jags have allowed opposing QBs to throw for 9 TDs & and 1114 yards the past 4 games. Over the same period, Leftwich has passed for 1273 yards with 6 TDs.
In the past 4 games, Carr has thrown for 1099 yards & 6 TDs. While the Texan defense has given up 1067 yards in the air plus 9 TDs .
Iím sure the 2 coaching staffs have ďschemedĒ in previous weeks, as well. Each teamís defense has had their good & bad moments. Now Iím not going to say that the Texans and Jags will absolutely put up big time passing yards against each other. But, the statistics indicate that they should.