In on of their most complete games since the beginning of the season, the Houston Texans showed the Jacksonville Jaguars exactly who was boss. Failing to make it into the playoffs themselves this year, the Texans held the Jags from the postseason hopes this time around. Most of that had to do with Arian Foster and a loss earlier by the Tennessee Titans to the Indianapolis Colts. Since that was not the case, Houston took the regular season finale with an inspiring game and a 34-17 score after regulation time. Las Vegas odds.
The Texans decided that they were going out on a high note, and accomplished that goal in a stunning shutout game. Foster jested at the skeptics that passed him up last year by shining through with 180 rushed yards and two touchdowns, one of which was netted on the opening drive of the game. The determined RB finished the year with 1,616 yards rushing to become the undrafted player with the highest single-season total in that area. Football odds. Another player that also did well was QB Matt Schaub, who completed 18 of 22 for 253 yards, a TD and ended up throwing 9,170 yards over the last two seasons to make himself the sixth QB to reach 9,000 in a two years time. While this particular game came to a pleasant close, the Texans have sported one of the leagues worst defenses and secondaries. Furthermore, they managed to match their worst record since 2006 this year. Either way, it was a good way to end the season. Scores.
With so much on the line, the Jags allowed a surprising and season-high 497 yards and 34 points. They certainly proved to be a porous team in this one, and even brought the future of their coaches to question. Follow us into the playoffs at www.scoresandodds.com, your source for the best betting information on the Net.