The Houston Texans and the Jacksonville Jaguars will face off on Sunday in a big all-AFC South division match up. There will be no love lost between these sides, and even though the Jaguars are struggling in the basement of the division right now, they would love nothing better than to cut the Texans back down to size with a shock win in today's game.
The game has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and takes place from EverBank Field in Jacksonville. The game can be watched on TV on the CBS network or online through live stream via the link below.
The Houston Texans are comfortable sitting at the top of the AFC South without anyone anywhere near them. If they can win today it should bring them one step closer to securing the division title this season and with it a postseason berth.
Their nearest rivals are the 4-5 Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans. The Jaguars though are way back on 2-6, and could have a long afternoon in for them today.
Earlier this week on NFL Thursday Night Football the Baltimore Ravens claimed an easy win over the terrible Cleveland Browns.
That 28-7 result in favor of the Ravens condemned the Browns to their tenth loss of the season, and left them still waiting to taste victory this season.
The Browns will be disappointed somewhat as they managed to go in at half time 7-6 up and surely would have been hoping to keep things tight and try and snatch a close win on the road in Maryland.
However, those dreams were quickly wiped out once the second half started as the Ravens scored 15 unanswered points in the third quarter following by seven more in the final quarter to win 28-7 and move to a 5-4 record.
Even though we could pick apart that game and find all sorts of things wrong with the Ravens performance, they will at least be happy about their defensive work on Thursday night.
Yes, they were only playing the Cleveland Browns - the worst team in the entire NFL this season - but still what they achieved was impressive, and held the Browns to just 144 total yards at just 3 yards per play.
The Ravens secured four sacks through the game, and took away the ball three times.
However, Baltimore will be hoping that quarterback Joe Flacco can improve as the season continues, and his inconsistency is being reflected in all the Ravens' offensive work.
Flacco was better in the second half than the first, and Baltimore will know he must continue to build on that second half showing in the coming weeks if they are to stand a chance at making any significant impact on the postseason.
Today's big NFL Week 10 game between the Houston Texans and the Jacksonville Jaguars has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the CBS network or online through live stream by clicking here.