Texans Vs. Jaguars Final Score: Jacksonville Defeated, 27-7

It's pretty clear that the Jaguars have some serious issues after two weeks. One week after a heartbreaking, close loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Jaguars lost, 27-7, to the Texans in a game that was anything but close.

Whether it was a franchise-record total yardage low, or nine punts from rookie Bryan Anger, every stat further showed how bad of a game it was for the Jaguars.

After a resurgent performance in Week 1, Blaine Gabbert struggled for almost the entire game behind a make-shift offensive line that was forced to start Herb Taylor and Guy Whimper. The second-year quarterback completed 7-of-19 passes for 53 yards and one touchdown, before an injury to his left thigh ended his day in the fourth quarter.

The loss drops the Jaguars' record to 0-2 and they'll hope to get their first win of the season when they travel to play the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.

For more on the Jaguars, head over to Big Cat Country. For additional info on the Texans, read up at Battle Red Blog.

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