I think we all know how this one will turn out.
Jacksonville (1-8) has a first-year head coach, their best player is injured, and their first-round draft pick has been nearly invisible. If their record didn't tip you off, there's little hope in 2012 for this franchise. The Jags have committed to home games in London for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. I don't think anyone would be upset if the Jags flew over for those games and simply decided to stay there.
Houston (8-1) appears to be the class of the AFC, riding their workhorse back Arian Foster toward a first-round playoff bye. The Texans played well against a Chicago team on the road in a downpour. But with the Indianapolis Colts on the Texans' tail in the South division, this is hardly an opportunity for the NFL's youngest franchise to get comfortable.
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