Texan vs. Jag Prediction...

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  1. pittbull

    pittbull All Pro

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    All out assault on defense and offense. The Texans finally prove to the league they are ready to make the jump and deal with the elite teams and games! Houston wins in their most dominating performance in franchise history! :headbang:

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  2. jags98

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    It will be a close game and 2 young promising Qbs lead there teams. :twocents:
     
  3. jags98

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    You will probably be able to cover all the Recievers but Jimmy. Not one team has really been able to shut down Jimmy and hes had Champ and Samari Rolle on him. Truley will be a close game.
     
  4. OzzO

    OzzO .. and then?

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    We play some smart D, D-Rob steps into his own and D-line gets some pressure on Leftwich.... give David some time, get a good running game, along with a few deep to AJ....

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    Gotta get the fans and players into it early.... get LOUD!!!
     
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    I dont predict but here is who has the advantages:
    Secondary - Texans
    Linebackers - Texans
    D-Line - Jags

    O-Line - Jags
    WRs - Texans
    RBs - Jags
    QBs - Push

    Kris Brown over Scoobey Doo
    Stanley and Hanson - too tough to call - Push
    Kick Returning - Jags

    Gonna be a good game...
     
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    LMFAO...........
     
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    This will be one tough game. Coming from a Texans fan, I wouldn't say that we would be the favorite in this one. Jag's front 7 are playing fantastic, and I really don't think our Running game will be very much improved from the last game, even with DD coming back. As for our defense, we will really need to depend on them for this game. Our defense is going to have to play lights out come Sunday, because I'm not sure how far our offense is going to go in this one. Our offense has played very well, but this is the best D that we've faced all year.
     
  8. Fiddy

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    Thats why I suggest using the pass to set up the run. For example, on the final drive against the Titans, Gaff caught a 20 yard seam route. Before he caught that, we were having trouble running between the tackles and after Wells started seeing more room. So I would try to hit Bruener or Miller on a seam early (Clark and Pollard killed the Jags on those) to open up the lanes for the running game...
     
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    TEXANS 24 JAGS 21
     
  10. TEXANS84

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    I don't like the Jags, never have never will.

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  11. Marcus

    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    I wouldn't go anywhere near Vegas if I were you. :whistle:
     
  12. SBTexans08

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  13. Keldar

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    Jaguars 27
    Texans 13 eek:
     
  14. RTP2110

    RTP2110 Thank You Andre

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    That's fine, remember last year when we beat the Panthers, at Reliant, on Battle Red Day? I'd be happy with a repeat of that.
     
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    Yeah....but that means that the Jags would go to their home turf for a Super Bowl appearance! eek:
     
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    I don't see the Jags secondary matching up with our receivers in this game. I think the Jags secondary is their achilles hill. Andre Johnson, will exploit them.
     
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    I remember having the same feeling before the Raider game. I know the Jags D-Line is more dominant than Oakland's. But the Texans did 1000% better than I was expecting. I think the same thing happens here...

    Texans 28
    Jaguars 17

    Jagaurs
    Byron Leftwich: 18/28, 243 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's.
    Fred Taylor: 22 carries, 114 yds, 1 TD.
    Jimmy Smith: 5 rec, 64 yds.


    Texans
    David Carr: 24/31, 292 yards, 3 TD's.
    Domanick Davis: 16 carries, 57 yards, 1 TD.
    Andre Johnson: 8 rec, 94 yards. 2 TD's.
     
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    Texans-38,jags-21
     
  19. Meloy

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    I think quick slashing routes by recievers and tight ends to punish Jaguar's dbacks will pay off in second half and open them up for a long ball or two. I would use Breuner and Matt Murphy and Andre repeatedly banging ahead. I think Hollings may pick up a few yards on end arounds and I would also hammer the dline with Full back slants. I do not expect Davis will be very successful but I do hope I'm wrong. Any way, I think we need to hit them hard and often and kick field goals any time we get close to their 40.
     
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