After last year's Texans win over the Titans in Houston, the Fake Oilers walked away from the game saying it was Texans' super bowl and they had bigger things to play for and other condescending excuses. After taking a 3-4 week vacation they went out and choked against the Ravens. In essence, the win over the Texans put them in a complacency cocoon that lasted well into their playoff loss. The Titans' attitude towards the Texans is clearly one of disregard, they don't think we're worthy of beating them even when we do. The Titans saw film of what happened last week vs. the Jets, they saw the same team that they dominated last year week 2. If the Texans play their cards right they can get a jump on this team early as the Titans will be sleepwalking from the beginning. We need to get them in a passing mode. We all know Kerry Collins can't win games throwing it 40 times. I think our special teams can make a huge difference in this one as well. Our o-line knows the Titans d-line (unlike the Jets), they play a heavy rotation of about 8 guys, no one is going to surprise us. We HAVE to protect. If we can't protect we WILL lose this game. But if we do that I have no doubt we will win this game and upset the Titans. I'm looking for James Casey and Brian Cushing to have coming out parties. Casey will be a goal line secret weapon and Cushing will be in on tons of tackles early and it'll be up to our 3rd down defense, which was always a half a second from making a stop vs. the Jets, to do their part. So thats my keys. If we protect and play dominant defense on 1st and 2nd down and put them in 3rd and longs, we will upset the Titans. I'm so convinced the Titans will take us lightly and we'll be handed an opportunity to jump on them. If we're a playoff team we'll make that jump.