Because of the Jets obvious lack of a receiver threat, expect the Texans to play a ton of press coverage with Jonathan Joseph.
The Jets are going to struggle against the press, but the best way to get the Texans to back off is to run the ball to the edge (corners locked up with their man can't make tackles) or try to beat them deep.
If the Jets stay in a short passing game, the receivers will never get off the line as the Texans will be fearless in the press. After all, if they give up a completion, it will only be for a small chunk of yards.
However, if the Jets take some early shots down the field, it could open up the Texans for more manageable underneath stuff. Besides, if there is one strength the Jets have at receiver, it's speed. Clyde Gates, Jason Hill, and Stephen Hill (if he plays) can all get downfield in a hurry.