Arian Foster Dominates; Texans 27, Jags 7: They Pay For This Crap In Florida?
Another easy win for the Texans
Photo by Marco Torres
Consider the plight of being an NFL fan in Jacksonville.
Your team gets beat up regularly, you live in a crappy city, there's a good chance the franchise will be moving. Still, you show up.
And still, you watch as your team gets decimated. Today it was the Texans, doing what they needed to do to come away with an expected road win.
It was boring, really -- which is good, we guess. Jacksonville and its QB situation is so bad it's tough to read anything too much into the win, but fans will take it.
Next up: Peyton Manning and the Broncos. More of a test, we hope. Or at least more entertaining.
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