Titans vs. Texans: Who Will Come Out on Top? A Look at the Matchups and Surprising Players to Watch

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Can the Titans match the effort, intensity, and consistent play that they showed Monday night versus the Dolphins?

Can they string together two wins against teams that have playoff aspirations?

The Texans need this win, the Titans want this win. This game has a chance to be one of the better NFL games this weekend.

Tyjae Spears
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I expect to see the best out of both teams.

If we are going to see the best out of the Titans it must include good performances from Derrick Henry, DeAndre Hopkins, Tyjae Spears and of course Will Levis. I am not ready to throw Chig Okonkwo in this group of consistent performers yet, but over the past few weeks, he started to emerge out of his long hiatus.

The Titans have the edge when it comes to veteran players who know how to play deep into an NFL season. The Texans are not as experienced and rely heavily on their young players for production.

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