The offensive line did a much better job of run blocking this week, opening up huge holes for Chris Johnson. Like I said, though, I think the biggest difference in the run game was the fact that Johnson actually took the lanes they gave him, but that's a discussion for another day.
For a large portion of the game, the Titans line held the Texans defense in check. However, it didn't last.
Eventually, J.J. Watt moving all over the line caught up with the Titans, and he found his way into the backfield repeatedly. It's hard to put this too much on the Titans, though, since Watt is looking like the favorite to win defensive player of the year.
David Stewart had a rough game. He got into a few scuffles and cost the Titans 30 yards for personal fouls. I'll give him credit, though, since he often had both Watt and Brooks Reed bearing down on him, and he did a good job keeping them out of the backfield for most of the game.
Final Game Grade: B