The Houston Texans will visit the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at 1:00 PM ET.
The Jaguars ranked 10th in total offense (357.4 yards per game) and 24th in total defense (353.3 yards allowed per game) last season. It was a tough season for the Texans, who ranked second-worst in total offense (283.5 yards per game) and third-worst in total defense (379.5 yards per game allowed) last year.
Below in this story, we will provide you all the info you need to know about how to view this game on TV.
How to Watch Jaguars vs. Texans
- When: Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 1:00 PM ET
- Where: TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida
- Live Stream: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
Jaguars vs. Texans: Head-to-Head
- Against Jacksonville, Houston has totaled four wins over the past five matchups.
- The two teams are tied ATS (1-1) in those meetings while the scoring hasn’t managed to go over the total.
- Houston has outpaced Jacksonville 75 points to 55 in the past five games.
Jaguars’ 2023 Schedule
|9/10/2023||at Indianapolis||W 31-21||FOX|
|9/17/2023||Kansas City||L 17-9||CBS|
|10/8/2023||at Buffalo||–||NFL Network|
|10/19/2023||at New Orleans||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|12/24/2023||at Tampa Bay||–||CBS|
Jaguars 2022 Stats & Insights
- The Jaguars ranked 10th in total offense (357.4 yards per game) and 24th in total defense (353.3 yards allowed per game) last season.
- Jacksonville sported the 10th-ranked passing offense last year (232.9 passing yards per game), and it was less effective defensively, ranking fifth-worst with 238.5 passing yards allowed per game.
- The Jaguars totaled 124.5 rushing yards per game on offense last season, which ranked them 14th in the NFL. On the defensive side of the ball, they ranked 12th, allowing 114.8 rushing yards per game.
- Jacksonville forced 27 total turnovers (fourth in NFL) last season and turned it over 22 times (14th in NFL) for a turnover margin of +5, seventh-ranked in the NFL.
Jaguars Key Players
- Trevor Lawrence had 25 touchdown passes and eight interceptions in 17 games last year, completing 66.3% of his throws for 4,113 yards (241.9 per game).
- In 17 games, Travis Etienne ran for 1,125 yards (66.2 per game) and five TDs.
- In 17 games a season ago, Christian Kirk had 84 receptions for 1,108 yards (65.2 per game) and eight touchdowns.
Texans’ 2023 Schedule
|9/10/2023||at Baltimore||L 25-9||CBS|
|12/10/2023||at New York||–||CBS|
Texans 2022 Stats & Insights
- The Texans ranked second-worst in total offense (283.5 yards per game) and third-worst in total defense (379.5 yards per game allowed) last year.
- Houston ranked 25th in pass offense (196.7 passing yards per game) and 10th in pass defense (209.3 passing yards allowed per game) last year.
- It was a rough campaign for the Texans in terms of running the ball last season, as they ranked second-worst in rushing offense (86.8 rushing yards per game) and worst in rushing defense (170.2 rushing yards per game allowed).
- Houston had the 16th-ranked turnover margin in the league last season at -1, forcing 27 turnovers (fourth in NFL) while turning it over 28 times (31st in NFL).
Texans Key Players
- In addition to his 3,118 passing yards and 61% completion percentage last season, Davis Mills tallied 17 touchdowns against 15 interceptions.
- Devin Singletary put up 819 rushing yards (4.6 yards per carry) for the Bills last year, and five TDs.
- Dameon Pierce contributed to the offense by running for 939 yards (72.2 yards per game) and four touchdowns.