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Thanksgiving Day Picks: Texans and Patriots look to gain holiday momentum in the AFC
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Houston Texans at Detroit Lions The Texans' usually excellent defense got a major wake-up call last Sunday, when they allowed 37 points to a Jacksonville Jaguars offense that had not scored more than 23 points all season. That Chad Henne replaced Blaine…Share Tweet
A fourth concussion in as many months ended the season of Jaguars receiver Laurent Robinson on Wednesday when he was placed on injured reserve. Robinson hit his head on the Reliant Stadium turf on the Jaguars’ second-to-last offensive snap Sunday againsShare TweetBlaine Gabbert’s second season as the Jaguars’ quarterback came to an abrupt end Wednesday, leaving his future as a starter in Jacksonville up in the air. In a surprise move, Gabbert was placed on the injured reserve list with what he called a “fairShare TweetRegardless of how Chad Henne fares in the last six games of this season, and especially if he performs at a high level, the most foolish thing the Jaguars can do with injured reserve quarterback Blaine Gabbert is to give up on him becoming the long-term…Share TweetMularkey likes efforts of Posluszny, Mosley Defensive players usually don’t get singled out when a team gives up 43 points the way the Jaguars did in their 43-37 overtime loss to the Houston Texans Sunday.’ But coach Mike Mularkey made it a point to gShare Tweet
Jaguars' penalty-referee reportWalt Anderson will be the referee for Sunday’s Titans-Jaguars game. He hasn’t done a Jaguars game this year, but he was the fill-in official (working with Scott Green’s crew) for Tennessee’s win over Miami two weeks ago: Week 4: Chicago 34, at DalShare Tweet
A look at the Tennessee TitansSome notes about the Tennessee Titans, who come to town for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars: *The Titans come to town with a 3-6 record but are 3-0 in games decided by three or fewer points — 44-41 over Detroit, 26-23 over Pittsburgh and 35-34 at BuShare Tweet
RTC: Foster big on road, national TVESPN.com Nov 21, 2012Who to root for to maximize the chances of your AFC South team either making the playoffs or, in the case of the Jaguars, get the top pick in the draft, from Nate Dunlevy of Bleacher Report. Houston Texans “Running back Arian Foster is on an impressiveShare Tweet