The Texans lost their ninth-straight but there were still some positives that came out of Sunday's 13-6 loss to Jacksonville. No, it has nothing to do with draft order, just positives for the team and some players who had breakout performances.
- It was Houston's season-low in points allowed.
- Houston outgained Jacksonville 158-125 in the second half.
- The Texans had just two penalties for 22 yards for the entire game.
- Rookie tight end Ryan Griffin returned after missing last week's game with a concussion and caught a career-long 37-yard pass in the third quarter.
- Randy Bullock has successfully made his last five field goal attempts.
- The fans booed but it was only when a referee referred to Jacksonville as Tennesee during a penalty.
- A Texans rookie leads the team in rushing yards. Read about Dennis Johnson stepping up for the Houston running backs.
- J.J. Watt has another spectacular outing. Read about Watt's big plays against Jacksonville.
Read the full game story, Texans fall to Jaguars 13-6.