After becoming the first team in NFL history to win consecutive overtime games on the road, the Jets return home to face the Texans. Are the Jets lucky or are they good? The answer: probably a little bit of both.

Until the final drive of the game in Cleveland, the Jets absolutely bossed the second half. If Nick Folk didn't miss three field goal attempts, the game would never have needed an extra session. As it is, the Jets came within 16 seconds of a tie that would have hurt their playoff chances.

What about the Texans? Darrelle Revis proved last year he can shut down Texans wideout Andre Johnson, and Matt Schaub has spent time in the hospital this week with a bursa sac problem in his knee. The Texans also have a pass defense that ranks among the league's worst in yards allowed per attempt. Mark Sanchez has struggled at home this season, but this game has all the markings of the contest in which he puts it all together.

With a short week coming before a Thanksgiving home game against the Bengals, the Jets need two wins to keep the pressure on the Patriots, who play the Colts at home on Sunday and then play the Lions on Thanksgiving. That Dec. 6 Monday-night affair could decide so much in the AFC East, but first the Jets have to beat the Texans. They probably will.