The Houston Texans came out and handled business against the lowly Tennessee Titans, jumping out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter.
Things settled down for a bit in the second quarter, but in the end the Titans were simply over-matched by a Texans team many are touting as the league's best.
The victory improves Houston's record to 4-0 while the Titans fall to 1-3 and continue to try and figure out what is wrong with its awful defense and wonder how long starting quarterback Jake Locker will be out for.
Chris Johnson leads the Titans down the field on a drive capped by an 11-yard touchdown pass to Kendall Wright.
The garbage time touchdown makes the score score 38-14, Texans lead.
Hasselbeck's not done helping the Texans yet as he throws another interception. This one is returned 63 yards for the score.
Houston leads 38-7 late in the fourth quarter.
A poor job of covering up the football by Matt Hasselbeck results in a Houston fumble recovery in the Titans' red zone.
With the lead already well in hand, Houston tacks on a 33-yard field goal and leads 31-7.
Tennessee's tackling is pure comedy on the Texans' seven play 77-yard drive.
The Titans now trail 28-7 in what is shaping up to be yet another blowout loss for Tennessee.
Just as things were looking promising for the Titans, Daniel Manning picks off an errant Hasselbeck throw and takes it back 55 yards for a Texans touchdown.
Houston now leads 21-7 in the third quarter.
Matt Hasselbeck leads the Titans down the field for a big score to keep the Titans in this game. Chris Johnson was very effective on the drive as well, picking up his longest run of the season.
The Titans cut the lead in half midway through the second quarter, trailing 14-7.
The Titans are reeling after a a first quarter injury to Jake Locker. The Texans take advantage of a short field and pick up its second touchdown of the day.
Houston leads 14-0 in the first and is dominating time of possession.
The Texans make it look easy on one of the most nonchalant drives this season.
Houston leads 7-0 early in the first quarter, having not even faced a third down.