Tennessee at Houston 11-23-09

November 23, 2009

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While the Houston Texans emerge from their bye week firmly in the hunt for the first playoff berth in franchise history, their next opponent is already relishing its role as a spoiler. The Texans will be the latest team to attempt to slow down the NFL’s leading rusher, but Chris Johnson hopes to carry the Tennessee Titans to a fourth straight victory in Monday night’s AFC South matchup.An improved defense and a prolific passing game led by Matt Schaub have helped Houston (5-4) to a winning record through nine games for the first time in its eight seasons.

The Titans have looked like a totally different team since the insertion of starting QB Vince Young two weeks ago against Jacksonville. Not only did Young end Tennessee’s six-game losing streak, but he has won three straight, all by a TD or more. It’s not that Young has been picking apart his opponents, just 2 TD passes and 1 INT, it’s that he hasn’t done anything to hamper the team’s chances of winning. In Kerry Collins’ last three starts, he threw 4 INTs and just 1 TD, which isn’t going to win games for anyone. This week will be a tougher test for Young since it’s against a division rival and a team that might be in the Wild Card race late in the season. Houston had its three-game winning streak snapped by the Colts two weeks ago and now is coming off a bye week so the team will be well rested. QB Matt Schaub has been solid so far this season, 17 TDs and 9 INTs, but his 2 INTs might have cost them a chance to give Indianapolis its first loss of the season. Well that and the fact that Kris Brown missed a 42-yard field goal which would have sent them into OT. The Titans may have been playing better as of late, but they are no Indianapolis.

The Titans are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games against Houston. They are 6-2 to the OVER in their last eight games. Tennessee is 10-5 ATS in its last 15 games after two or more consecutive wins. The Texans are 5-2 ATS in their last seven versus the AFC. They are 6-1 to the OVER in their last seven games against Tennessee. Houston is 6-3 ATS in its last nine games in November.  Take the home team to cover and win.

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