My Keys to Second Half Success vs. Jacksonville

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  1. TexansAllTheWayBaby

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    Okay, a nice first half by our Houston Texans as they are leading at halftime is a big game, 13-10 against Jacksonville. Jacksonville will start the second half with the ball.

    Here are my keys to second half keys to success

    -Reduce the penalties. We've had costly ones today that have kept Jacksonville's drives alive, and need to prevent this in the second half.

    -Cause turnovers on defense. We've been very close to picking of David Garrard today, we just need to get two hands on the ball. A forced fumble certainly wouldnt hurt either.

    -Continue the good offense we've been having in the second half. A good run game from Wells, balanced with a solid passing game. I like this offense, lets see if it remains succesful in half number two.

    A big upset for our boys in a big game is brewing. Let's see if we can hold on.

    Go Texans:redtowel:
     
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