The Houston Texans faced the Jacksonville Jaguars today (game on CBS). Jaguars wide receiver Reggie Williams made the first touchdown of the game in the first quarter. Jacksonville’s backup quarterback Quinn Gray was in for starting qb David Garrad; two of the starting running backs were taking five on the sidelines too. Running back Ron Dayne of the Texans tied the game in the top of the second quarter with a TD. Texans tight end Owen Daniels put a tie-breaking touchdown on the board in the bottom of the second quarter (he leaped up into the air at the back to the end zone, one leg extended out almost at a ninety degree angle to the leg vertical). Houston 14. Jacksonville 7. With less than a minute to play in the second quarter, Jaguars wide receiver Ernest Wilford tied the game again with a touchdown. But wait, Texans wide receiver Andre Davis broke the short-lived tie with a 97-yard kickoff-return TD.
The third quarter began with another Andre Davis kickoff-return TD–104 yards. Ron Dayne increased Houston’s lead some more with a TD halfway through the third quarter. Texans 35. Jaguars 14. In the bottom of the third quarter, Jaguars wide receiver Matt Jones made a TD. Texans running back Darius Walker put a TD on the board in the top of the fourth quarter. Ernest Wilford increased his team’s points to 28 with TD in the bottom of the fourth quarter. Houston finished on top with 42 points.
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