Houston Texans Use Potent Second Half to Beat Jacksonville Jaguars in London
The Houston Texans made the most out of their first-ever game played in Europe.
In addition to beating division rival Jacksonville 26-3, by the time the Texans landed in Houston, they ended up re-taking first place in the AFC South after Pittsburgh's 26-24 win over Indianapolis.
Sunday's game at Wembley Stadium, near London, was the NFL's fourth and final game to be played in Europe for the 2019 season.
The first-half of Sunday's game between the Texans and Jaguars was low-scoring with Houston having a 9-3 lead at halftime.
Then, in the third quarter the Texans put 10 more points on the board, while the defense stopped the Jaguars on all three of their drives, including forcing two turnover on downs.
In the fourth quarter Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson connected with DeAndre Hopkins on a one-yard touchdown pass to cap the scoring at 26-3. The Texans defense forced two interceptions and two fumbles on the Jaguars final four drives of the game.