PFF Preview: Texans @ Jaguars, Week 14

The Jaguars come off their second win of the season to host their division rival Texans in a game Houston needs to keep their playoff hopes alive.

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PFF Preview: Texans @ Jaguars, Week 14


2014-Prev-WK14-HOU@JAXThe Texans and Ryan Fitzpatrick, who is coming off the game of his career, will take on Ryan Davis and a resurgent Jaguars defense.

Fitzpatrick recorded his highest PFF grade ever last week +7.0 after throwing six touchdowns against the Titans. He threw an astounding 10.9 yards per attempt and finished with a 126.6 PFF QB Rating which were both second only to Andrew Luck. He had a 100% Accuracy Percentage Under Pressure by going 3-of-5 with two drops and two attempts going for touchdowns.

Davis plays defensive tackle for Gus Bradley’s defense and has shined in what little playing time they give him. While only playing around 28% of the snaps he has posted a +17.0 overall grade and a +14.8 pass rush grade which puts him at eighth overall and fourth in pass rush among all defensive tackles. He comes in third behind only Kyle Williams and Nick Fairley in Pass Rush Productivity.

Here are three more notable numbers for each side:

Houston Texans

DeAndre Hopkins – Ranks eighth among wide receivers with at least 75 targets in WR Rating and is coming off the best game of his career with a +7.6 mark.

J.J. Watt – Has an astounding +75.2 overall grade with a +65.6 rating rushing the passer and 80 total pressures on the year, which doubles the person behind him among 3-4 DEs.

Brandon Brooks – The 11th-overall-graded guard still hasn’t allowed a sack this year and has only given up 13 pressures.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Brandon Linder – The rookie ranks seventh among guards in Pass Blocking Efficiency and overall grade with a +12.9.

Aaron Colvin – The fourth-round pick had a monster game last week with a +1.8 pass coverage grade, six tackles, one quarterback hit, one pass deflection, and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.

Demetrius McCray – Rated second in coverage among corners with at least 250 snaps behind only Richard Sherman. He had his best career game last week with a +1.7 overall grade.

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