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The best way of giving the Jaguars a chance to win is by making mistakes.
If the Texans were to turnover the ball unnecessarily or get called for stupid, yet extremely damaging, penalties, then I might be analyzing this game on Sunday afternoon in a much less confident mood.
While I absolutely hate Gary Kubiak's philosophy of running draw plays on 3rd-and-long, that might be the best strategy this game. There is no reason to throw a pick and give the Jaguars a solid chance of scoring.
Also, in the Packers game, the Texans got called for three penalties that extended a Green Bay drive and allowed them to score a touchdown. Yeah, none of that this game, please.
The Texans, essentially, need to play clean football, and never allow the Jaguars to get into the game.