On a quest for their second straight AFC South title, the Houston Texans face the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon at EverBank Field.

The game begins at 1pm eastern time and will be shown by CBS, or watch a live stream online by purchasing NFL Sunday Ticket Max.

Houston ran over the Miami Dolphins for an uncontested 30-10 victory last week, racking up 21 points in the final two minutes of the second quarter.

The Texans defense helped create those points by picking off Miami rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill three times on consecutive possessions.

Houston running back Arian Foster converted two of those turnovers into touchdowns, and ended the day with 72 yards rushing on 29 carries.

Quarterback Matt Schaub earned his contract extension, throwing one touchdown pass and going 20-for-31 with no turnovers. All-Pro wide receiver Andre Johnson made eight receptions for 119 yards and a touchdown.

Jacksonville nearly pulled out an overtime win over the Minnesota Vikings but quarterback Blaine Gabbert misfired in the Jaguars sole overtime possession and Minnesota kicker Blair Walsh hit the game-winning field goal.

Gabbert looked much sharper than the lowest-rated passer in the league last year. He went 23-for-39 for 260 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Maurice Jones-Drew chipped in 77 yards on 19 carries, and did not appear to be rusty despite missing all of training camp due to a contract holdout.

Houston could miss linebacker Bryan Braman, who is questionable with a hamstring injury and did not practice Friday. Jacksonville's defense will be down several front line players, including defensive ends George Selvie and Austen Lane, as well as linebacker Daryl Smith.

Betting Odds: Houston is favored by 7.5 points.

Prediction: The Texans have the second highest odds of the day and played like the dominate team they were a year ago. While Gabbert has shown improvement, Houston's defense should force him to make mistakes early and take the lead for good.

Predicted Score: Houston 35,  Jacksonville 10