It's game week, finally!! So, let's go behind the numbers as we have all season long in advance of this AFC South battle in Jacksonville
3 - the number of interceptions that Jaguars rookie quarterback Jake Luton threw in his final season at Oregon State.
28 - the number of touchdowns that Jaguars rookie quarterback Jake Luton threw in his final season at Oregon State. Throughout his college career, Luton threw 83 touchdowns to 30 interceptions. But, his final season was his best as a Beaver 28 touchdowns and three picks.
2 - the number of day three/undrafted players that'll start in the Jacksonville Jaguars backfield - Luton and Jaguars star rookie running back James Robinson.
749 - the number of days since the Texans played in Jacksonville. Last year's contest took place in London so back on October 21, 2018 was the last time the Texans played in Jacksonville.
4 - the number of 300-yard passing games Deshaun Watson has registered in his last four games.
9 - the consecutive number of games in which Deshaun Watson has thrown a touchdown pass, dating back to the Wild Card round against Buffalo in January 2020.
1 - the number of sacks needed for J.J. Watt to reach 100 sacks in his career. He currently has 99 in 119 games played in his career.
13.3 - On average, Watt averages 13.3 sacks per season based on 99 sacks in 119 games.
6.5 - the number of sacks for Watt at Jacksonville in six games. Based on that math, he'll pick up sack #100 on Sunday.
1 - the number of times in a ten year career that Texans receiver Randall Cobb has played at Jacksonville. He was a member of the Green Bay Packers in 2016 when the Packers went to Duval County and won 27-23.
10 - the number of Texans starters (10 of 22) from the 2018 squad that last played at Jacksonville projected to be on the gameday roster on Sunday in Jacksonville.
5 - the number of Jaguars starters (5 of 22) from the 2018 squad that last faced the Texans in Duval County projected to be on the gameday roster on Sunday in Jacksonville. Just one defensive starter remains (Myles Jack) from that 2018 Jaguars starting unit.
Alright, that'll do for this week's Daily Brew. See you on Sunday from northeast Florida.