Thomas B. Shea
Chad Henne threw his third touchdown pass of the game in the third quarter, finding Marcedes Lewis in the end zone for the second time.
If you thought the Texans would make halftime adjustments that would slow the Jaguars momentum that was built by Chad Henne in the first half, you were promptly proven wrong on the first play from scrimmage as the backup quarterback found Justin Blackmon for another big play.
Although that drive resulted in a successful field goal from Josh Scobee, a turnover forced by the resurgent Jaguars defense gave the Jaguars the ball in the red zone and Henne took advantage with his third touchdown pass of the game and the second caught by Marcedes Lewis.
The Texans found some big plays on offense, but have been unable to find the end zone in the second half. They trail by a touchdown with one quarter to play, but regardless of the result, the Jaguars and Henne have certainly been a surprisingly competitive team in a Week 11 game they were expected to get trounced in.