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NFL odds Week 14, Texans vs. Jaguars: Just a field goal difference
The Jaguars are just a field goal home dog, despite beating the Texans just two weeks ago. Despite beating the Houston Texans less than two weeks ago on the road, the Jacksonville Jaguars return to EverBank Field as three point home underdogs, according to OddsShark.com.It’s a bit of a surprise that the Jaguars aren’t around a one-point favorite at home, but the Texans did have an offensive outburst in their loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday, a game they nearly won.The Jaguars have won three of their last four games however, albeit in two of the three needing multiple turnovers and late game heroics, but the point remains if they’ve played significantly better since the bye week.
Texans vs. Jaguars: TV Info, Spread, Injury Updates, Game Time and More
The Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars have the national stage to themselves on Thursday Night Football in Week 14. The two AFC cellar dwellers have won just five games total this year, with Jacksonville coming into the game at 3-9 and Houston at 2-10. The Jaguars won the first meeting between the AFC South rivals in Week 12, 13-6, thanks to a dominating defensive effort. Houston has lost 10 games in a row heading into Week 14, most recently falling in heartbreaking fashion at home to the New England Patriots. On the opposite end of the spectrum, after losing eight games in a row to open the 2013 campaign, Gus Bradley’s Jaguars have tasted victory in three of their last four contests. The only thing at stake Thursday—besides pride—is where the two teams will pick in the 2014 NFL draft. Houston is the league’s worst team and would select No. 1 overall if the season ended after Week 13, while Jacksonville would have the No. 3 pick, according to SI.com’s Chris Burke. Here’s a look at when and where you can catch the game, along with injury reports and a closer examination of the biggest key to victory.
When: Thursday, Dec. 5, at 8:25 p.m. ET
Where: EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Fla.
Watch: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket
Texans Injury Report (via HoustonTexans.com)
Did Not Practice: FB Greg Jones (knee); CB Johnathan Joseph (groin); ILB Joe Mays (knee); ILB Darryl Sharpton (knee); G Wade Smith (knee); RB Ben Tate (ribs/ankle)
Limited Practice: CB Kareem Jackson (ribs); OLB Whitney Mercilus (hip); ILB Mike Mohamed (hamstring); C Chris Myers (elbow); ILB Jeff Tarpinian (groin)
Full Practice: S Shiloh Keo (neck); CB Brice McCain (hamstring); T Derek Newton (knee); S Jawanza Starling (hamstring); S D.J. Swearinger (foot)
Jaguars Injury Report (via Jaguars.com)
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Will Chad Henne Shred Houston’s Defense?
Houston’s defense is tough against the pass (No. 2 in the NFL), but Henne has proven capable of cracking Wade Phillips’ code. He has already had two highly successful performances against Houston in his last two starts against the fallen AFC powerhouse. Remember, he passed for 354 yards with four touchdowns in a shootout in Houston last year (the Texans barely won that game, 43-37), and he recently completed 71.88 percent of his passes in Week 12, passing for 239 yards to lead his Jags to victory at home. The former second-round pick out of Michigan also played well in Week 13 against the stingy Cleveland defense, passing for 195 yards with two touchdowns—one of which was the game-winner to Cecil Shorts III—and one interception. He has the Jaguars on a two-game winning streak, which is impressive, considering most experts didn’t expect Jacksonville to win a single game in 2013.
On paper, there’s no way Houston should lose. Featuring one of the league’s top defensive units, the Texans should be able to grind out a win. But as we’ve seen all year long, this team has found ways to lose. Bottom of Form
Meanwhile, Jacksonville’s turnaround in the second half of the season shows this team is clearly headed in the right direction. Bradley has kept his team focused and determined, which is extremely difficult when enduring a long losing streak. The Jags already won in Houston this year, and with the home crowd behind them they’ll win their third game in a row on Thursday Night Football.
Texans vs Jaguars 2013 picks and predictions
The experts are favoring the Jacksonville Jaguars to hold off the Houston Texans in Week 14.The Houston Texans will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in a Week 14 matchup on Sunday. Before the season began, this matchup was probably considered a one-sided affair, with the Texans expected to dominate from start to finish. But the Texans have fallen far this season, and sport a 2-10 record. The Jaguars, once considered the worst team in the league this season, are slightly better at 3-9.Houston has lost its last 10 games, with its only two wins coming in the first two weeks of the season. One of those losses was to the Jaguars, falling by a score of 13-6 in Week 12. Since then, the Texans have also fallen to the New England Patriots in Week 13. Jacksonville has won its last two games and three of its last four. Week 13 was a 32-28 victory over the Cleveland Browns. SB Nation’s panel of six experts is divided when it comes to this one. Ryan Van Bibber, Stephen White and David Fucillo are all picking the Jaguars to win it at home. Joel Thorman, Jason Chilton and Matt Ufford are picking Houston to recover from its titanic losing skid. over at CBS Sports, the experts aren’t quite as divided. Six of the eight experts are picking the Jaguars to win, including Pete Prisco, Jason La Canfora and Will Brinson. Ryan Wilson and John Breech were the lone dissenters picking the Texans to score what is technically an upset.
Texans favored in rematch vs. Jaguars
The Texans have lost 10 games in a row. One week ago, they lost to the visiting Jaguars, who were heavy underdogs. On Thursday night, the Jaguars and Texans meet again, this time in Jacksonville. The Jaguars have their own streak going; they have won two games in a row after upsetting Cleveland on Sunday. Still, the Texans remain favored over the Jaguars at multiple Nevada sports books, according to multiple line-tracking websites. Houston is most commonly a 2.5-point favorite over Jacksonville in Nevada. If the game kicks off with the Texans as favorite, it will mark the 25th consecutive regular-season contest in which the Jaguars have been underdogs. Per Marc Lawrence’s 2013 College and Pro Football Stat and Log Book, the Jaguars haven’t been favorites since Sept. 30, 2012 vs. Cincinnati.The Bengals won 27-10 as one-point underdogs.
NFL’s Worst: Houston Texans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars [Game Preview]
It’s not the Super Bowl, but it sure is still football. Two teams with the ugliest record in the 2013 NFL regular season meet on Thursday Night Football when the Houston Texans visit the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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The Texans at 2-10 are the worst team in football, but the Jaguars are not far ahead with just a 3-9 win-loss card entering the Week 14 match-up. While the Jaguars have the better overall record, they do even worse than the Texans at home, going winless in 5 home games this season. Meanwhile, the Texans are 1-4 on the road. Jacksonville is actually playing with like a real fo,otball team the past weeks with three wins in their last four games. Road victories over the Tennessee Titans, 49-27; Texans, 13-6 and Cleveland Browns, 32-28, have removed them from the bottom of the standings. The same cannot be said for Houston. After a 2-0 start—wins over the San Diego Chargers, 31-28, and Titans, 30-24 (OT)—they have embarrassed themselves with a 10-game losing streak.
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These teams met on Nov 24 in a Week 12 match-up in an expectedly low-scoring affair. Look for the same, maybe even less, in the rematch on Thursday.
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Betting Against the Spread (ATS)
Betting Lines: Jacksonville Jaguars (+3) vs. Houston Texans (43.5)
Houston Texans Trends
- Texans are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games on the road
- Texans are 3-10 ATS in their last 13 games
- Texans are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games vs. teams with losing records
- Texans are 0-7 ATS in their last 7 games after an ATS win
- Texans are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 games vs. AFC South teams
Jacksonville Jaguars Trends
- Jaguars are 5-12 ATS in their last 17 games
- Jaguars are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games at home
- Jaguars are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games vs. AFC teams
- Jaguars are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games vs. teams with losing records
- Jaguars are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games on Thursday Night Football
HOUSTON (2-10) vs. JACKSONVILLE (3-9)
Thursday, 8:25 p.m. ET, NFL Network
OPENING LINE – Texans by 3
RECORD VS. SPREAD – Houston 2-10, Jacksonville 4-8
SERIES RECORD – Texans lead 13-10
LAST MEETING – Jaguars beat Texans 13-6, Nov. 24, 2013
LAST WEEK – Texans lost to Patriots 34-31; Jaguars beat Browns 32-28
AP PRO32 RANKING – Texans No. 32, Jaguars No. 29
TEXANS OFFENSE – OVERALL (10), RUSH (14), PASS (13)
TEXANS DEFENSE – OVERALL (3), RUSH (20), PASS (2)
JAGUARS OFFENSE – OVERALL (32), RUSH (32), PASS (23)
JAGUARS DEFENSE – OVERALL (25), RUSH (29), PASS (23)
STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – Houston and Jacksonville playing for second time in 11 days. … Texans WR Andre Johnson caught two passes for 36 yards in first meeting, game in which Houston finished with season-low 218 yards. … RB Ben Tate said he felt bad for city following loss, and Johnson called it ”lowest point” in his NFL career. … Texans have dropped 10 in row, franchise record. … With coach Gary Kubiak’s job security already in question, another loss to woeful Jaguars might seal his fate. ”I’ve got too many other people to worry about and things to worry about,” Kubiak said. ”I don’t worry about myself.” Kubiak was sidelined by mini-stroke last month, returned to coaching Nov. 17. … Jaguars have swept season series against Texans just twice (2005, 2009) in 11 years. … Jaguars have won three of last four, modest turnaround after starting 0-8. … Jacksonville has lost six in row at home. Last victory at EverBank Field came Nov. 25, 2012, against Tennessee. … This is first of three straight home games for Jacksonville. … Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew has 828 yards rushing and 11 TDs in 12 career games against Texans. … Jaguars QB Chad Henne has won three of last four starts against AFC South teams. … Jaguars have held last four opponents under 100 yards rushing, something franchise hasn’t done since 2007.
Jaguars looking to slow down Texans’ Johnson again
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars would love a repeat performance against Houston receiver Andre Johnson.
The Jaguars held the five-time Pro Bowler to two receptions for 36 yards in their first meeting 11 days ago, Johnson’s worst day in more than a year.
But the Jaguars (3-9) realize there’s little chance it happens again when the Texans (2-10) come to town for the rematch Thursday night. After all, this is the same inexperienced secondary that got torched by Arizona’s Michael Floyd for 193 yards last month, and by Cleveland’s Josh Gordon for 261 yards last week.
”You definitely don’t want to see those kind of performances on your secondary,” Jaguars cornerback Alan Ball said. ”We have to put it behind us, learn from it and go from there.”
Sounds simple, but Johnson has a history of success against Jacksonville. He has 106 receptions for 1,470 yards and seven touchdowns in 18 career games against the Jaguars. And the best game of his 11-year career was a 14-catch, 273-yard performance against Jacksonville last year.
Johnson offered no reasons for his lack of production less than two weeks ago. Houston struggled all day, finishing with a season-low 218 yards.
”They came in and had a great plan defensively, and they did a great job of executing,” Johnson said. ”You have to give them credit. They went out, did a great job. Hopefully we’ll be able to go out and make some plays against them Thursday night.”
Although Jacksonville have been stout against the run since its bye, holding Tennessee, Arizona, Houston and Cleveland under 100 yards, the team has been burned through the air.
Tennessee’s Ryan Fitzpatrick came off the bench and threw for 264 yards and two scores. Arizona’s Carson Palmer finished with 419 yards and two touchdowns. And Cleveland’s Brandon Weeden ended up throwing for 370 yards and three scores.
So it’s become clear that teams are picking on Jacksonville’s young secondary, which includes rookie cornerback Dwayne Gratz and rookie safeties Johnathan Cyprien and Josh Evans. Evans (shoulder) is out this week, leaving second-year player Guy Winston to make his first career start.
”In the NFL, you get humbled very quick,” defensive coordinator Bob Babich said. ”I think the guys, they’re just looking at it as a challenge of playing against a great player. I’m sure they’ve seen him for many, many years making great plays, and for them, I’m sure they’re saying, `Hey, I’m playing against Andre Johnson. This is neat.’
”The good thing about being a rookie is sometimes you’re young enough where you don’t understand. You just go out there and play.”
In addition to Johnson trying to rebound, here are five things to know about the Texans and Jaguars:
BRIDGEWATER BOWL? The loser of the game, especially if it’s the Texans, would have the inside track to the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NFL draft. If the Jaguars lose and finish the season with three wins, they likely would get the top pick based on weakness of schedule. And with both teams looking to draft a quarterback, this could be a deciding game for who gets first shot at Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, widely considered the top quarterback available (if he enters the draft) since Oregon’s Marcus Mariota is returning to college for another year.
JAGUARS AT HOME: The Jaguars have lost six in a row at home, a streak coach Gus Bradley pointed out in meetings this week. Jacksonville has won three in a row on the road, including the last two weeks, and needs to carry that momentum into EverBank Field on Thursday night. The team’s last win at home came Nov. 25, 2012, against Tennessee. ”Can we stay true to the last couple of weeks how we got to this point?” Bradley said. ”Our players felt like we had the recipe all year, but we saw the results. Let’s stick to the recipe and see if we can.”
KUBIAK’S FUTURE: There’s already plenty of speculation about Texans coach Gary Kubiak’s job security. His team has lost 10 consecutive games, the longest streak in franchise history. Getting swept by Jacksonville surely would intensify it. The Jaguars have swept Houston just twice in the 11 years since the creation of the AFC South. ”I’ve got too many other people to worry about and things to worry about,” said Kubiak, who suffered a mini-stroke last month but returned to coaching soon after. ”I don’t worry about myself.”
MJD’S MATCHUP: No team has given up more touchdowns to Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew than the Texans. MJD has found the end zone 11 times in 12 games against Houston. He also has 828 yards rushing. But all the talk this week was about Jones-Drew’s arm. His TD pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis was the first by a non-QB in franchise history. Asked whether he’s a better passer than teammates and college QBs Denard Robinson or Mike Brown, he said: ”The stats speak for themselves.”
MINCEY RETURNS: Jaguars veteran defensive end Jeremy Mincey, inactive the last two games after oversleeping and being late to a team meeting, will return against the Texans ”unless something unforeseen happens,” Bradley said.
Thursday night snoozer: Texans at Jaguars
If you don’t have the NFL Network on your TV system this week, that might be a good thing. It would be difficult to come up with a worse matchup than Jacksonville hosting Houston.
Because every team must play a Thursday game under NFL scheduling rules, this AFC South snoozer is on the docket. The loser will have the inside track to the top overall draft pick next spring, particularly if it’s Houston (2-10, No. 32 in the AP Pro32). The Texans are the only team with just two wins.
Jacksonville (3-9, No. 29 AP Pro32) has won three of its last four after starting 0-8 but is a 3-point underdog to a team that has dropped a franchise-record 10 straight games.
”It’s the NFL. You’re going to win or lose each week,” Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts said after hearing belittling comments from vanquished opponents. ”You’ve got to bring your best that week. For us, we’re getting better. We’ve been 3-1 since the bye week, so if they’ve got a problem with it, come see us. That’s how I feel about it.”
Here’s how we feel about it:
No. 12 Dallas (pick-em) at No. 16 Chicago, Monday night
What’s more dangerous than trusting Dallas? How about making Cowboys the best bet?
BEST BET: COWBOYS, 33-30
No. 28 Oakland (plus 2 1/2) at No. 23 New York Jets
Don’t think Jets should be favored over anybody.
UPSET SPECIAL: RAIDERS, 14-6
No. 3 (tie) Carolina (plus 4) at No. 5 New Orleans
Angry Saints get some home cooking to soothe them.
No. 1 Seattle (plus 3) at No. 6 San Francisco
Already in playoffs, Seahawks can grab NFC West with victory. Nope …
No. 9 Indianapolis (plus 5 1/2) at No. 8 Cincinnati
Colts can grab AFC South with win. Nope …
No. 11 Detroit (plus 2 1/2) at No. 10 Philadelphia
Hard to trust Lions on the road, but they will scare Eagles.
No. 7 Kansas City (minus 3 1/2) at No. 31 Washington
Chiefs get back to winning ways after rugged run.
No. 25 Minnesota (plus 7) at No. 14 Baltimore
Vikings fitting spoiler role well. But Ravens smell playoffs.
No. 15 Miami (plus 3) at No. 18 Pittsburgh
Last gasp for Steelers to stay relevant.
No. 22 Tennessee (plus 12) at No. 2 Denver
Broncos need to win out to secure home-field advantage in postseason, for what it’s worth.
No. 19 (tie) St. Louis (plus 6 1/2) at No. 13 Arizona
If Cardinals can protect Carson Palmer, they are dangerous.
No. 19 (tie) New York Giants (plus 3) at No. 17 San Diego
Remember that Eli Manning was dealt for Philip Rivers? Rivers having much better year.
No. 24 Buffalo (plus 2 1/2) at No. 26 (tie) Tampa Bay
Two teams playing out the string. Go with the home squad.
No. 30 Atlanta (OFF) at No. 21 Green Bay
Packers still have a glimmer of hope for playoffs.
No. 26 (tie) Cleveland (OFF) at No. 3 (tie) New England
Too bad there’s no spread here because of Browns QB situation. Could have been best bet.
2013 RECORD: Against spread: 9-7 (76-101-7). Straight up: 13-3 (111-78-1).
Best Bet: 5-8 against spread, 11-2 straight up.
Upset special: 4-9 against spread, 2-11 straight up.
Texans vs Jaguars live stream NFL week 14
The Houston Texans will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in a Week 14 matchup on Sunday. Before the season began, this matchup was probably considered a one-sided affair, with the Texans expected to dominate from start to finish. But the Texans have fallen far this season, and sport a 2-10 record. The Jaguars, once considered the worst team in the league this season, are slightly better at 3-9.
Houston has lost its last 10 games, with its only two wins coming in the first two weeks of the season. One of those losses was to the Jaguars, falling by a score of 13-6 in Week 12. Since then, the Texans have also fallen to the New England Patriots in Week 13. Jacksonville has won its last two games and three of its last four. Week 13 was a 32-28 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
SB Nation’s panel of six experts is divided when it comes to this one. Ryan Van Bibber, Stephen White and David Fucillo are all picking the Jaguars to win it at home. Joel Thorman, Jason Chilton and Matt Ufford are picking Houston to recover from its titanic losing skid.
Expert picks: SB Nation’s panel breaks down Week 14
Over at CBS Sports, the experts aren’t quite as divided. Six of the eight experts are picking the Jaguars to win, including Pete Prisco, Jason La Canfora and Will Brinson. Ryan Wilson and John Breech were the lone dissenters picking the Texans to score what is technically an upset.
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