Kendall Wright: D
In a day that was marked by a number of drops, Kendall Wright was easily the biggest offender.
Wright had a number of balls bounce off of his hands and fall harmlessly to the ground, killing drives and keeping the Titans off the scoreboard.
Wright made a few plays when he was able to secure the football, but the inexcusable drops will likely be what is most talked about when the team sits down and watches tape.
Kenny Britt: C+
Kenny Britt was rarely targeted on the day, though he flashed his ability late in the third quarter, getting separation from Kareem Jackson and hauling in the Titans only touchdown of the day.
Besides that play, Britt was kept in check, as he caught just two passes and was rarely targeted throughout much of the contest.
Nate Washington: C+
Following arguably his worst performance as a member of the Tennessee Titans, Nate Washington responded with three catches for 96 yards against the Texans.
He still made a couple uncharacteristic mental mistakes, but helped create big plays that gave the Titans hope that they could make a late run.
Jared Cook: B
For the first time since requesting a trade, Jared Cook looked like the player that had Titans fans clamoring for more targets and playing time.
Cook was able to get separation and make a couple spectacular catches, though he, as much of the Titans offense did, seemed to disappear for a large portion of the game.