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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston Texans Prediction, Preview, and Odds – 12-30-2018
The Jacksonville Jaguars will close out their disappointing 2018 season with a visit to NRG Stadium to take on the Houston Texans. Their 17-7 win over the Miami Dolphins last Sunday snapped a two-game losing streak. Meanwhile, the Texans lost the No. 2 seed to the playoffs after being defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles on the road 32-30.
Return of Bortles
The Jaguars have decided to return to quarterback Blake Bortles as the starter over Cody Kessler in the season finale against the Texans. According to Jaguars coach Doug Marrone, Bortles’ mobility gives them a better chance to survive an aggressive Texans defense. There is also nothing more to lose with the season already in the dumps and the future very much in doubt.
Bortles obviously isn’t the franchise quarterback the Jaguars hoped he’d be when they drafted him ahead of standout players like Aaron Donald, Khalil Mack and Odell Beckham. Running back Leonard Fournette has been tremendous when he’s been healthy enough to play, but those moments are too few and far between. He can’t stay healthy enough to be depended on in the long-term for the Jaguars.
In last Sunday’s win over the Dolphins, the defense showed pride by putting consistent pressure on quarterback Ryan Tannehill and forcing the Dolphins into multiple turnovers. Linebacker Telvin Smith returned an interception for a touchdown.
Houston update: This is the closest NFL city to the Mexican border where the American republic will apparently die. Karma’s a bitch, huh? We came along and stole a good deal of Mexico for ourselves, and now we’re imploding over it. As this is written, the government is about to be shut down because the President of the United States’ main sales pitch to his supporters was that he would solve a 21st-century problem—folks increasingly moving toward a better life—with a 14th-century solution: a big wall, presumably because his supporters were intimidated by the technological wonder that is a moat. If you remember, the hateful twerps who elected this bag of rocks—with 3 million fewer votes—really liked it when he said he would make Mexico pay for the wall. They ate that shit up; chanted it, put it on bumper stickers and signs, announced it to whoever would listen, right up until their hero announced by Mexico he meant us and that we were now stuck for the $5 billion bill for his little bit of the Dark Ages. They thought this was a great idea, you know, him doing the exact opposite thing he said he would do. They loved it so much that when Congress refused to pay, these beauties contributed to a Go Fund Me effort, raising $13 million for a wall in a couple of days. That may sound impressive until you realize that at that rate, it will take 35 years for them to reach the $5 billion necessary to build the wall. Also, there is a competing Go Fund Me effort to raise money to buy ladders for people to scale the wall. America!
Jacksonville update: A few days ago, someone related to me a horribly comic news story that involved criminal behavior, death, nakedness and drugs, and when they said all the above did not take place in Florida, I not only refused to believe it, but I also became quite angry, having been trained to believe that when anything really fucked-up happens, it could only happen in America’s penal colony.
Root for: Houston. So, around the same time that the government was to shut down, Trump’s lawyer was sentenced to serious prison time, his former chief of staff stood before a judge for his own sentencing, his current defense secretary quit because he just couldn’t take it anymore, and his “foundation” shuttered because it was a sham. To be fair, this kind of shit isn’t unprecedented in an administration; it happened with Nixon. Thing of it is, with Nixon, it happened during the Watergate era, a period of years. What I described happened last week.