2012 NFL Schedule Week 2: Texans Travel To Meet Jaguars, Colts And Titans Look To Get On Track

Week 2 in the NFL gives the Houston Texans both their first road and divisional contest when they head east to face the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Houston is coming off a convincing 30-10 season-opening win at home over the Miami Dolphins. Running back Arian Foster rushed for 79 yards and scored two touchdowns, while receiver Andre Johnson kicked the 2012 campaign off in a big way, catching eight passes for 119 yards and a touchdown.

The Jaguars, on the other hand, return home after an overtime loss in Minnesota to the Vikings, 26-23. There were positives for Jacksonville to take away from the defeat, however, as quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns and star running back Maurice Jones-Drew, after an extended offseason holdout, was the team's leading rusher with 77 yards on 19 carries.

Elsewhere in the AFC South, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts play their home-opener against the Vikings and the Tennessee Titans look to rebound following their home loss to the New England Patriots with a road contest out west against the San Diego Chargers.

For the complete NFL schedule for Week 2, head over here.

For more on the Houston Texans as they prepare for Week 2, check out Battle Red Blog, and for news on their opponent, Jacksonville, visit Big Cat Country.


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