Houston Eyes Best Finish In Franchise History

The Houston Texans will go for their best finish in team history as they host the playoff-bound Jacksonville Jaguars at Reliant Stadium.  Houston can close out the season .500 with a victory, surpassing its 7-and-9 record of 2004.  Last week, the Texans were 38-15 losers to the Colts.  Sage Rosenfels was 22-for-36 for 233 passing yards, but threw three interceptions in the setback.  The Jaguars, meanwhile, secured a playoff berth in last week’s 49-11 win over the Raiders.  Fred Taylor rushed for 111 yards while David Garrard completed 11-of-18 passes for 199 yards.  The Jags head into the final week of the regular season at 11-and-4, the third-best record in the AFC.


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