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Old 10-25-2004   #1
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Default Alright, the breakdown: Jags at Texans

Note: Yes, these are my opinions combined with factual evidence. I am very willing to discuss anything and will take all posts seriously (unless blatently stupid). If you feel the need to argue, do so.

Offense vs. Offense: The Jaguars offense certaintly has looked good these last few weeks, especially upcoming QB Byron Leftwich. With his last four games now of nearly 300 or more (one game of 298), he's been nominated for Player Of The Week twice and been givin Chris' game ball once. He appears to have hit his stride and is currently dominating. On the other side, we have David Carr, another apparently up and coming quarterback with the ability to move the football. Face it, the man ain't bad. However, the question has even been raised by Texan fans on this board, "Which is the better quarterback?" My opinion is that Byron Leftwich is the better of the two. When it comes to running back, however, the players don't quite match up so well. Fred Taylor, a pick for future Hall of Famer and easily a Top 10 rusher in today's NFL, has, although getting off to a slow(ish) start, still has 501 yards with an average of 4.1 YPC. On Houston's side, all three rushers have been effective, but have a poor YPC and that puts more pressure on Carr. The recieving corps match up evenly, squarely, and perfectly. My edge goes to Jacksonville.

Defense vs. Defense: Although the Jacksonville defense has the edge in run-stuffing, the Texans have a better pass rush. If the Jaguars don't find a way to step it up against the pass (like they did against the Colts), we could be in for a long game. Really, both teams have their advantages and disadvantages on defense, so it's a tie. However, I will tell you this, if the Texans' defense does not pressure Leftwich, he has the ability to go down the field and murder them. Edge, noone.

Special Teams: Kris Brown and Scobee are pretty evenly matched, so no contest there. Hanson has a small advantage over Stanley, but nothing to write home about. Again, the Jaguars punt returner has a slight edge over the Texans but this too is nothing to be excited about. Neither special teams has been great or bad. They've both just been playing good solid games. Edge, noone.

Coaching: Sorry everyone, but I think Jack Del Rio has an advantage in this category. Capers is an OK coach but I like Del Rio's aggressive play calling ans just his coaching in general more than I do Capers. For example, no offense, but I doubt Capers would have challenged the Harrison touchdown in the Dolts game. Edge, Jacksonville

Overall: Right now, the Jaguars seem to have everything going for them, but is it all smoke and mirrors? Personally, I think not and, while the Texans are a good team getting better (the Jaguars and Texans will soon run the AFC South), I still see a Jacksonville victory the Jacksonville way: keep the score close, win late. Jaguars 21-17.
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Seeings how I am a Jag fan, and a homer, but not stupid. I give the secondary a huge advantage. Give the defense the advantage.
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Which defense the advantage?
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I'm going to disagree with you on the offensive comparison. The Texans are averaging 359.8 yards of offense, while the Jags average 326.1 yards. We are averaging 33 yards more a game than the Jags. In terms of total offense, not player vs player, I think the Texans have the advantage.
As for Carr vs Leftwich: Carr has a higher passer rating than Leftwich, and averages 36 more passing yards than Leftwich. So there is ammo to argue that Carr is having a better year than Leftwich. They are both having good years though.
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Offense vs. Offense: The Jaguars offense certaintly has looked good these last few weeks, especially upcoming QB Byron Leftwich. With his last four games now of nearly 300 or more (one game of 298), he's been nominated for Player Of The Week twice and been givin Chris' game ball once. He appears to have hit his stride and is currently dominating. On the other side, we have David Carr, another apparently up and coming quarterback with the ability to move the football. Face it, the man ain't bad. However, the question has even been raised by Texan fans on this board, "Which is the better quarterback?" My opinion is that Byron Leftwich is the better of the two. When it comes to running back, however, the players don't quite match up so well. Fred Taylor, a pick for future Hall of Famer and easily a Top 10 rusher in today's NFL, has, although getting off to a slow(ish) start, still has 501 yards with an average of 4.1 YPC. On Houston's side, all three rushers have been effective, but have a poor YPC and that puts more pressure on Carr. The recieving corps match up evenly, squarely, and perfectly. My edge goes to Jacksonville.
That makes perfect sense saying that the Jags have scored 122 points in 7 games while the Texans have scored 138 points in 6 games. And the Texans have averaged 359.8 yards per game while the Jags have averaged 362.1. And it makes even more sense when you think about how the WR Corps of the Texans is their strong suit on offense while the Jags weakness on defense is their secondary...

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Coaching: Sorry everyone, but I think Jack Del Rio has an advantage in this category. Capers is an OK coach but I like Del Rio's aggressive play calling ans just his coaching in general more than I do Capers. For example, no offense, but I doubt Capers would have challenged the Harrison touchdown in the Dolts game. Edge, Jacksonville
Was the leap over the top last year from the one yard line with no time left conservative???

Capers would of challenged that call, he challenges calls that dont get overturned, he would of challenged that...

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Overall: Right now, the Jaguars seem to have everything going for them, but is it all smoke and mirrors? Personally, I think not and, while the Texans are a good team getting better (the Jaguars and Texans will soon run the AFC South), I still see a Jacksonville victory the Jacksonville way: keep the score close, win late. Jaguars 21-17.
Is it forgotten that the Texans have had a couple of last second wins this year: Against the Chiefs and the Titans. If it werent for 4 Davis turnovers in the first 2 games, we could easily be 5-1 (but we are not).
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good job fiddy u tell them how it is,,,yeah what ^^^ He said !!!!
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wow.. ok lemme take a stab at this


OFFENSE

Our offense is better. We average more yards per game. Carr is averaging 273 yards per game, including his bad games this year.. and he has had a couple. he has been hitting the 300yrd mark as well. Carr's QB rating is almost 100 and Leftwhich is barely 90.

your running game is better.

your receivers are not even close. Jimmy Smith is two slots above AJ on the stats sheet right now.. he has played 7 games and AJ has played 6 and he is STILL 10 yards behind AJ. AJ would be ranked even higher if we hadnt tried lining him up in the slot at the Tennessee game. Jabar Gaffney and Derrick Armstrong are both VERY solid WRs that are on par with your #1 and #2 guy I would say.. and they are #3 and #4 :P. Corey Bradford is a legit deep threat, but thats about it.. he is probably the weak link in our receiving corps.. but only because our other 3 guys are so good. No, we have you beat in the receiving corps. maybe if you had someone who could do what Andre Johnson does. Geez.. I understand you said this is your opinion but that was just a homer comment.


DEFENSE

I will agree with you. Personally I think the Jags have a slight edge, but we have been playing better every week and I think we can match up with the Jags defense this sunday.


SPECIAL TEAMS

Agree


COACHING

hm.. no I dont agree. I call this even. Remember last year when we won the game? 4th and inches.. Carr leaped over the pack for the touchdown? Gutsy calls are not something that only Del Rio does.. and while Capers/Palmers offensive strategy is sometimes suspect. Defensively.. we have more stuff we can throw at you than you realize. Fangio and Capers are geniuses of the 3-4 defense and have started to really show it the last couple games.

I call this one even.. I think Capers has the better resume, but Del Rio has more wins this season.. so it all comes out in the wash.


OVERALL

The Texans have the momentum beleive it or not. We are gonna have healthy players, playing in Reliant stadium (do you REALIZE how hard it has been for opponents to play in reliant this year? the offensive line penalties are staggering) on BATTLE RED DAY.. playing the 1st place team in our division, who blew us out last year in our last game against them. Then add in the fact that yall just beat the colts, and there are going to be SOME players in your locker room that are looking past us after that win.

I give the Texans the Edge. 27 to 13
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Sorry, Texans get the advantage.
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your team is good on offense, but you wont be able to get those 65yd completions to jimmy smith on us with dunta or aaron on him, and then the others.....reggie williams may be a 70rec wr next year but so far this year has been outplayed by yalls what? 7th round pick who ran like a 4.8 in the 40 wilford. though has good size at 6.4. if we can get pressure on lefty, then there is no chance he is going over 300, not 200..
Ernest was aquired in the 4th round, via a trade with the Ravens.

I don't care who is covering him, all I have to say is you are going to have to put more than one CB on Jimmy to keep him from cranking out those 65 yard grabs. Fact is neither your ol timer or the rookie will be able to manage Jimmy alone. Capers I am sure is well aware of this. So while the defense tied up in double coverage the whole game with Jimmy, Byron will pick away at the rest of your defense with the other 9 receivers he has been averaging the past 4 games.

This offense is getting better by the week, and to add to the assault there's our running game that is just getting off the ground thanks to the return of Kyle Brady. Bragging about trying to stop a QB who is on fire to less than 200 yards is Asinine. 15 straight completions in the first half last week, Byron beat Marks record by 4. Your defense is going to be in a world of trouble, after Byron quiets down the crowd early in the game.

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Sorry, Texans get the advantage.
Only because we are playing in Reliant.
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Which defense the advantage?

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Only because we are playing in Reliant.
Are you guys out of your cotton picking minds? Jaguars have a much better defense. There's a new Sheriff in the south and his name is Jack Del Rio~!!



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The Jag front line is definetly a problem. HUGE!! Stroud is one scary hombre.
Ever hear of John Henderson?

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I think it's a very high compliment to the Jags that the Texans fans feel that slipping a win in against them will be some form of "statement" and to a lesser degree it works the same way to the Texans as well. If Jacksonville wins then they've established a clear separation from the Texans and if the Texans win they've climbed above .500 against a division opponent with a winning record no less.

Setting aside the "Our QB is better than yours!" for a moment (but go right back to it as soon as this post is over by all means) isn't it cool that a Texans-Jags game means something more than "we're not finishing in 4th place this year"?

Everyone take about 5 minutes to collectively enjoy the sight of a 2-5 Titans team and the Colts going down to the Jags. This is what both of us (Texans and Jags fans) have been waiting for. Tide's starting to turn in the division.

Congrats on your win against the Colts and get ready for some good football this weekend. I think it's going to be pretty darned close. You guys are the 2004 "Cardiac Kids" and I think the Texans, less a couple of bad performances to start the season (totally out of character for us too) are right there in the same neighborhood.

Can't wait for Sunday.
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Do the Texans have a bigger game this year than this?
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Oh yeah, pretty much every week of this season (except this week of course). Don't take that the wrong way but seriously, when you're coming from 4-12, and then 5-11 and trying to move up in the world I think that they're pretty much all big games. I'm sure the Jags feel similar to this.

This season we want to beat the Titans and Colts (One game down, three more of those to go) because we've yet to do that. Those games are obviously big games because you measure your improvement by them. At the very same time we want to at least win one against the Jaguars. That's important because on your way as you improve you want to at least keep pace with the other improving team. Then of course every team on the schedule with a winning record is another opportunity to demonstrate that we "belong" among the good teams.

So yeah, this season is full of big games for the Texans (just like it is for the Jaguars I don't doubt).
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Your defense is going to be in a world of trouble, after Byron quiets down the crowd early in the game

:pickle: Oh no my knees are shaking, no thier not.


Bring it on, Test the teacher or the pupil, same results: Interception

And Reliant is twice as loud with half the people, we never shut up during the game, unless David Carr is performing his magic.
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I dunno.. the "biggest game of the season" usually comes 3 or 4 times a year . Right now.. yah this game seems huge.. cause if we win this one, and the next one.. we have pretty much set the tempo to march ourselves right into the playoffs.. since the games coming after that we have a good chance of winning more than we lose.

But then if we lose this one.. the next game will be the biggest of the season.. and if we lose that one.. the one after that will be huge cause we will be trying to salvage our record.. etc..etc..etc..etc..etc.. it goes on and on .. the only team in the NFL that DOESNT have a huge game every week are the teams like the Eagles and Pats who could sleep their way into the playoffs this year.
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Several disagreements here. I would rate Carr and Leftwich even. Houston has the best receivers and Jags best back. Offense goes to Houston.

Houston has been great against the run and has given up lots of yards. Jacksonville has held scoring down. Edge - Jags

Special Teams - even

Coaching - Capers has brough team along well and most likely would have challenged the call. There's someone these watching these plays and it is my opinion that they would have told Capers as soon as the foot was out of bounds. No big challenge. Capers will take chances as evidenced by out last play win. Two different types of coaches, but similar results. Even

Homefield: Both teams should be favored on their home home field.

Bottom line is both of these games could go either way. Just depends on whose playing the best that day. I'm putting my money on the Texans at home. But not all of my money!
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This will definitely be the toughest games we've played thus far. If we win...things will look good for us. If we don't but still somehow make the playoffs, we're going down quick as soon as we take on a more balanced team like the Jags. This is a huge game......very indicative of how we fair with solid opponents!
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eh..i dunno.. the colts have made it deep into the playoffs plenty of times and their offense is comparable to ours.. and defense is worse than ours.

If Davis gets back into his old groove.. and we continue to use our passing game well.. and our defense continues to improve.. AND we win games like this sundays.. we could go deep into the playoffs.. not going to say more than that cause i dont want to jinx us.. heck.. saying we are going into the playoffs might jinx us... ack!
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eh..i dunno.. the colts have made it deep into the playoffs plenty of times and their offense is comparable to ours.. and defense is worse than ours.

If Davis gets back into his old groove.. and we continue to use our passing game well.. and our defense continues to improve.. AND we win games like this sundays.. we could go deep into the playoffs.. not going to say more than that cause i dont want to jinx us.. heck.. saying we are going into the playoffs might jinx us... ack!
Not to start an arguement, but, your offense is only compared to the colts by your fans. Straight up, outside of St Louis, no one, not even the Vikes, have an offense that compares to the Colts. They do it week in and week out. They don't show up when they want to, they are their each week. Ready to put up big numbers.

If Davis gets back into his old groove, there would be no reason to throw the ball. The only reason why you have a passing game, is because Carr is having to carry, which is ok, the texans. If Davis was healthy, Capers would be playing smash mouth football.
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