Watched the MNF game, and I began to wonder if our receiving options could beat the coverage schemes Jacksonville deployed against the Ravens. I'm not very familiar with Mel Tucker's tendencies as a DC, but Jacksonville has done a decent job on other decent offenses (Saints, Ravens, Carolina). Mathis is playing, eh better than usual this year and it looks like they have a young star in Derek Cox in the back end. Daryl Smith has been a good playmaker for them as an LB and their two DT's are both having decent years. I still like our chances in this game, although the 9.5 Vegas is giving us seems like a bit much. If there's a lot of good inside pressure in Schaub's face it could be one of those long grueling games that makes us question how good the Texans really are, even in a win. I do wonder though if Jacoby and Walter can make Jacksonville pay for focusing most of their attention on stopping Arian Foster. I think we'll probably have to do most of our damage through the air, and if that is the case I hope that Daniels, Dreesen and Foster are ready to challenge the middle of the Jags defense. Also, would be typical of the Texans to lose a game at home to these guys right after a great win in the division.