The Houston Texans won't have long to lament the mistakes they made against the Jacksonville Jaguars before rallying for a wild 43-37 overtime win.
They've got a quick turnaround before playing their first Thanksgiving game against Detroit where they'll look to improve on their franchise-best 9-1 start.
Coach Gary Kubiak said playing four days after an overtime game, ''is tough, but I think that's what builds the character of your team.''
He said they'll have very light workouts this week and most of their preparations for the Lions will be mental instead of physical.
The good news for his team is that it won't play again until Dec. 2 after this one.
''As hard as it is, you get a chance to give the guys a break after the game,'' he said. ''You've got a big period between that and your next game, so I think that gets them excited.''
Now the Texans face the NFC's top offense as they begin a three-game road swing that could be critical to their playoff positioning. They'll play A...