Ok, it's not a forgone conclusion. In fact it seems more than likely that the Texans can win this game.... and that's exactly what makes me nervous about it. The Titans are seemingly in disarray. Their starting QB is hurt and crazy, their dependable backup is hurt. Their offensive coordinator just revealed that he's got cancer and is about to start treatment for it. They got a few injuries and they got a few distractions. That means nothing. I'm seeing posts here and there that seem to take a Texans win to be nearly a given. I admire those posters optimism. We've been mauled this season by teams we were supposedly hitting at just the right time. Cowboys were a mess when they got here, Indianapolis was starting the water boy and some guys who were selling popcorn when we got beat there. Things like what you see happening in Tennessee right now make our team fall apart. They make teams like the Titans pull together and play harder. Those guys are circling the wagons right this minute and planning on going on a run to win one for "The Dinger". We'd use the distraction and our feelings as an excuse for why we didn't perform. They'll use it as reason to make some guy named Rusty Smith the FedEx Air Player of the Week while Chris Johnson gets nominated for Ground Player of the Week at the same time. I hope I'm wrong. I hope we've got at least some dignity left and can keep a 3rd string rookie QB on a team that should be in the process of imploding from coming into Reliant and making us look like Gary's collection of Man-ginas that we've been for most of this season. History between the Texans and the Titans doesn't entirely count against us. We swept them during a year of turmoil they had back in 2004 during our best Dom Capers led season. Since then we've only beaten them when "Radio" wasn't playing and this week he'll be nowhere in sight. We should win this. I'm just worried we won't.