Texans’ Run Defense Key to Game against Jaguars

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Published: September 25, 2009

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... in the opener against the Jets, the team fell behind early at Tennessee, but was able to rebound for a heart-attack inducing win.

Looking out a few weeks at the schedule, most Texans fans may have reason to be optimistic.

I, however, am more paranoid than most. 

My paranoia does not stem from the CIA and I don't wear a tin foil hat, but years of being subjected to defenses designed by Richard Smith can make even the most hardened football fan nervous.

At the moment, the paranoia can be summed up with three letters: M, J, and D.

First off, let me say that the early returns on Frank Bush's defense are FAR superior to those of Richard Smith.

Then again, that's like being the valedictorian of summer school.

Rather than rely on generalizations, though, let's look at the available data.

Through the first two games, the Texans have been a feast or famine run defense. They have had many nice stops behind the line of scrimmage or for ...

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