Coming off a hard-fought and soggy Sunday Night Football win over the Bears, the Texans looked to have it easy in Week 11 with a one-win Jacksonville Jaguars squad coming to Houston.
73 minutes of football later and the 9-1 Texans escaped the 1-9 Jaguars with a 43-37 overtime triumph.
Next up for the AFC South leaders after that wild win is a trip to Detroit for a Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions.
Our Scott Graham spoke with Texans’ star J.J. Watt ahead of the game.
(Listen to J.J. Watt’s interview with Scott Graham from 11/21/12)
Coverage of the Lions and the Texans from Ford Field begins Thursday at Noon Eastern. Kevin Kugler, Mark Malone and Hub Arkush will have all the action.
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