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Chris Johnson was held to just 18 yards on 10 carries in Houston's week seven 41-7 rout of the Titans.
In what could be the biggest Houston-Tennessee matchup of all time, expect a playoff spot to be on the line in this final game of the season.
Titans fans are hoping for a chance to steal the division from the Texans and the final game of the season is a must-win in order to do so.
The Titans were dismantled in Week 7 against the Texans when Arian Foster ran all over the Tennessee defense, finishing the game with 234 total yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns.
Tennessee will have to play the exact opposite if they want to have a chance at earning the division title.
That's much easier said than done against a Houston team that rank top five in the NFL in rushing yards per game (third, 152.6), passing yards allowed per game (fourth, 183.4) and rushing yards allowed per game (fourth, 90.7).
T.J. Yates is the quarterback after Schaub and Leinart both went out for the season. Another case of facing an inexperienced quarterback, but Foster has been the star all season with 1,426 yards from scrimmage and 10 touchdowns for the 9-3 Texans.
Foster must be stopped and the Texans defense must be contained in order for Hasselbeck to lead the offense and win the most crucial game of the season.