The New York Jets haven't held an opponent under 20 points in any of their three games this year.
They'll now face the tough task of fixing their defense without the NFL's best defensive player, Darrelle Revis, who is out for the year with an ACL injury.
New York's defense lacked talent to begin with, and the loss of Revis could open the floodgates to serious defensive problems going forward.
The Texans will face the Jets in Week 5, which is bad news for Rex Ryan as he tries to keep the Jets afloat.
Houston might be the most difficult offense to prepare for in the NFL. Even if the Jets had Revis, merely gluing the Pro Bowler to Andre Johnson all day wasn't going to be a guarantee of success. Houston managed to blow out the Jaguars in Week 2, a game in which Johnson recorded just three catches for 21 yards.
The Jets have managed only three sacks through three games. They've allowed 446 rushing yards on the year, which ranks them as the fifth-worst rushing defense in the NFL.
New York's defense hasn't seen a great offense yet in 2012. When the Texans visit New York for Monday Night Football in Week 5, the Jets will face their toughest defensive challenge yet.