You can blame officiating if you like, but the same problems that have plagued this team since Week 3 starred in yet another Texans loss. 1.) This team is the #1 authority on how to get into field goal position and execute a beautiful FG. Kris Brown is showing no signs this year of playing as poorly as he has in years past. He is kicking very well. Unfortunately, we need TDs - something our offense seems allergic to when it matters most. The team has normally been good for one offensive TD a game when it matters, but I guess they felt like they owed the football gods for the Carolina game, so they evened it out a little more today. 2.) The defense cannot get off the field on 3rd downs. They've played well at times, but most of those times have not been 3rd down. This problem has persisted throughout the season. Once the Jags figured out the defense today, it didn't matter what down it was. 3.) The running game is pitiful, and all to quickly abandoned for the pass. Ahman Green came back today and it made next to no difference. 4.) Matt Schaub is good for at least one bad pass per game. Today, it was another one of his classic underthrown balls on a deep route. He has consistently underthrown the deep ball this season. The only deep pass he seems to be able to get out tehre is the deep crossing pattern, a la the AJ TD vs. the Chiefs. Schaub does lots of things well, especially challenging the middle of the field, but throwing the ball deep down the sidelines just isn't in his repertoire. The coaches need to recognize this and plan accordingly. 5.) Turnovers - No team can overcome turnovers easily (well, unless you're JAX, facing us, I guess). This team is not talented enough, yet, to overcome turnovers. Schaub's fumble today was classic #8, to be honest. The ball was barely contacted and he was being careless with the ball. Andre Davis' fumble was unnecessary - all he had to do was tuck and dive. The officiating contributed, but nowhere near as much as our guys just getting their asses kicked.