I'm going to call this weekends game against the Titans a measuring stick game. I know everybodys happy that we beat the Packers at home, and its a great accomplishment, but to be honest, the Packers aren't that good this year. Being a long time supporter of the Texans, as most of us are on this board, I remain skeptical of the Texans latest success. Below is our schedule to date broken into wins and loses: Wins Dolphins (8-5) Lions (0-13) Bengals (1-11) Browns (4-9) Jags (4-9) Packers (5-8) Combined (22-55-1) Losses Steelers (10-3) Titans (12-1) Jags (4-9) Colts (9-4) Vikings (8-5) Ravens (9-4) Colts (9-4) Combined (61-30-0) Essentially, we win against losers and lose against winners. The Titans are hungry for a win this weekend and see us, as the best chance to win home field advantage throughout the playoffs. After the Titans play us, they have the Steelers at home and away for the Colts, both of who have winning records. The Titans represent a team that accentuates what I think are still our biggest weaknesses - the offensive and defensive lines. The Titans offense has the 3 most rushing yards per game in the NFL, while the defense is ranked 7 in run defense. Essentially, if we don't in the trenches, we won't win the game. This will be a great challenge for us and an opportunity to see exactly how good is our offense and defense.