https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/09/17/refo-texans-jaguars-week-2/ Best in the League? Its only Week 2, and weve got an awful lot of football left to see, but youll struggle to find a better defensive player in the NFL right now than J.J. Watt (+8.8). Following up last weeks impressive performance against the Miami Dolphins, Watt was absolutely devastating on the rare occasions the Jags had possession of the ball. Registering two sacks, two hits, a hurry and two batted passes... How to Run the Ball If youre looking to find the best way to run the football in the NFL, the Texans put on an absolute clinic on Sunday afternoon, racking up 216 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. They did this through a combination of strong play from running backs Arian Foster (+2.7) and Ben Tate (+3.2) and an offensive line that moved the Jaguars defensive line at will all game long. Every Houston offensive lineman finished the game with a positive grade as a run blocker with Wade Smith (+2.2 in the run game) and Chris Myers (+1.8) standing out... (Looks like Wade Smith got the memo from Kubiak last week, LOL!) Texans Defensive Backs While they may have not been up against an elite quarterback and receiver combo, the Texans defensive backs had a solid outing in pass coverage. Allowing just nine receptions for 76 yards through the air as a group, they were always close to the Jaguars receivers. The teams 2010 first-round draft pick Kareem Jackson (+1.3) was the most impressive of the bunch and while he never got his hands on a pass, he was still able to stay close enough to the receiver to force two of the three incompletions thrown into his coverage. Through the first two weeks of the season he has allowed just 60 yards through the air, looking like a much improved player from his first two years in the league.