TEXANS PASSING GAME: Deshaun Watson is one of Jackson’s top rivals in the MVP race. He’s completed 70.2% of his passes for 2,432 yards and 18 touchdowns against just five interceptions. DeAndre Hopkins is still his top receiver with 68 catches on 92 targets but has averaged a career-low 9.8 yards per catch. Will Fuller IV ranks second on the team in catches but missed the Texans’ last two games with a hamstring injury. Kenny Stills has been a deep threat, averaging 16.7 yards per catch, and tight end Darren Fells has been effective in the red zone, with six touchdown catches. The Texans have been somewhat less than the sum of their parts, ranking 12th in the NFL in passing despite their collection of individual stars. Their offensive line has played unevenly, allowing Watson to take 25 sacks. Houston’s best lineman, left tackle Laremy Tunsil, missed Week 9 with a shoulder injury but could return against the Ravens.