I heard the first part of Chester's interview today. They talked about a number of things. 1) He said that if they had to lose the Titans game he could have thought of a thousand better ways than the way it happened given all the hype. 2) They talked about overtime and if both teams should get a chance at the ball before it turns into sudden death. He said something to the effect that if the Texans had won the toss maybe they would have kicked the field goal and won on the first possession. Minor point here - how about scoring a touchdown to win? 3) They talked about injuries. He made the point that the Texans have had lots of different line combinations, but injuries can't be an excuse in this league. 4) They asked him about Hodgdon and how many of the line calls he makes. Chester said that Drew makes every one, that's his job as center. I thought this was interesting because of the bad rap Hodgdon had gotten from the previous staff. That's probably why the question was asked. 5) They asked him about light, athletic offensive lineman and he said light and mobile is fine, but you better be big enough to stop the defensive lineman from running right over you. I thought this was a key point given some of the training camp experiences. 6) They asked about his "Cal Ripken" streak of playing every snap being broken. He said that he took a lot of pride in that streak. He said that sometimes if he'd twist something or be woozy from getting hit in the back of the head the streak would keep him on the field. This confirmed things I've heard about the streak and guard rotation. That's about it.