In candlestick, Kaap will provide Houston with read option fits when he's not picking Vernon Davis or Anquan Boldin to abusing the secondary between the hashes depending on coverage.
Hopefully, a missing Patrick Willis and Aldon Smith will be enough for Kubiak to keep feeding Foster and Tate, keeping the ball in Houston's hands, the crowd to a dull roar and the score manageable via a heavy dose of the ground game. Sprinkle in a couple of timely play actions and Houston has a chance.
I thought last week, Houston would be sooo embarrassed by the Ravens game, they would come out with something to prove. I won't make that mistake again.
In the end, it boils down to the play of #8. If he can control the football, we have a good chance. At the start of the Ravens game I spoke to Schaub through my TV. Told him if this team is to get to the next level, it starts right here, right now with HIM. Since that conversation, he's 0-2. I'll wager everyone else's paycheck Matt turns it around in week 5