Re: Not quite as worried about the Vikings..
Given that running the ball is about all the Vikings can do, this could very well be a low scoring game. While controlling Peterson is important, the fact is he can have a monster game and not necessarily have it translate to the scoreboard (His 210 yard game against the Packers was in a 23-14 Viking loss).
With all the rushing I expect in this game, it could be a very short game with a relatively small number of possesions for each team. Because of that, I think the Texans red zone efficiency is going to play a critical part in this game. An offensive ratio of one TD to five field goals like we had in the Indy game likely won't be good enough.
Everyone's an idiot, not just the people with low SAT scores. We're just idiots about different things at different times. No matter how smart you are, you spend much of your day being an idiot.