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Houston Texans Podcast: London Englands (Texans-Jaguars Review)

Matt and BFD dive into the Texans’ win over the Jacksonville Jaguars while the rest of the AFC South falls apart.

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The AFC South is falling apart. The Indianapolis Colts will now be led by Brian Hoyer. This decade needs to die already. The Titans got Christian McCaffrey’d. And the Jaguars, well, the Jaguars just ran one of the worst offensive game plans you’ll ever see and were trounced by the Houston Texans on their alternative turf.

Matt and BFD review the Texans’ offensive game plan against the Jags—read pass options, play action, throws to the tight ends, attacking bad linebackers; DeAndre Hopkins becoming Michael Thomas; A.J. Bouye versus Hopkins instead of Jalen Ramsey versus Hopkins; Houston’s pass protection; a Jacksonville conspiracy theory; Gareon Conley; and the Texans’ Wattless pass rush.

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