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Texans vs. Jets, By the Numbers – Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts 2021-11-27 03:02:20 –

Jon Harris

Go to the weekly By the Numbers / Daily Brew as the New York Jets come to town and are headed by QB Zach Wilson, who is second overall. Alright, let’s go!

The Texans Defense / Special Team has produced 10 takeouts in the last two games. Five for Miami and Tennessee, respectively.

9-Texans produced nine throughout the 2020 season.

4-Texans QB Tyrod Taylor faced Jets six times in his career and won four of those contests.

3-DB Desmond King II spent three calendar years without being intercepted. He was elected as a member of the Los Angeles Chargers against the Seattle Seahawks in November 2018, and his next one was against Titan last week in the fourth quarter.

12-King II needed all 12 defensive snaps to win the next passcut-a key pick in the 3 downs of the fourth quarter also led to Kaimi Fairburn’s game clinching field goal.

18-RB Rex Burkhead carried the ball to Tennessee 18 times. It was the most carry he had a game since the first game of the 2018 season when he had 18 carries … Houston Texans.

The 50-Texans faced the New England Patriots on October 9, 2021, 50 days after the match against the New York Jets on Sunday.

1-The Texans played only one home game in the 50 days.

27-After defeating Tennessee and returning home on Sunday night, the Texans do not have to leave Houston for 27 days. Before traveling to Jacksonville to meet Jacksonville on December 19, 2021, it will be three straight home games.

10-When Zach Wilson starts on Sunday, he will be the tenth first round pick QB that the Texans faced in 11 games. The only non-first round QB that the Texans faced was the Miami QB Jacoby Briss Reset. In the next six games, the Texans will probably face Carson Wentz, Russell Wilson, Trevor Lawrence, Justin Herbert, Trey Lance, and Ryan Tannehill. All previous first round choices except Russell Wilson.

3-The 2021 Texans lists three former jets who faced the Texans in 2018-Jordan Jenkins, Kevin Pierre Lewis, and Neville Hewitt.

2-2021 Texans has two starters who faced Jets in New Jersey in 2018-Zach Cunningham and Justin Reed.

This is the end of this week. See you all on Sunday!

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