Houston's defense knocked Blaine Gabbert out of the game just five plays into Jacksonville's first drive. Chad Henne came off the bench to give Jacksonville's offense a spark it hadn't felt all season.
The Texans were caught off guard by Henne's aggressiveness and willingness to push the ball down the field. Rookie Justin Blackmon had a breakout game and brought big plays to a Jaguars offense that desperately needed it.
Matt Schaub and Houston's offense found itself playing from behind for most of the game, which is unfamiliar territory for a unit that's become accustomed to playing with leads. The Texans were down as much as 34-20 in the second half.
Schaub was far from perfect, but kept the Texans in the game when they had to make a play. Despite nearly throwing the game away with an interception in overtime, Schaub rallied to make the game-winning throw.
Andre Johnson had a career high 273 yards and the game-winning 48-yard touchdown reception in overtime to seal the game for the Texans.
Here's a look at the biggest winners and losers for the Houston Texans from Week 11's drama-filled win over Jacksonville.