The Tennessee Titans are 4-0. They appear to be a legitimately good football team now that they employ Jadeveon Clowney and Johnathan Joseph as key facets in their quest to capture the AFC South.
Your Houston Texans are 1-4. They appear to be...a less good football team. But they have Deshaun Watson, and they no longer have Bill O’Brien, which should make Texans fans the world over happy about Houston’s prospects moving forward.
Romeo Crennel shall heretofore boldly attempt to remain undefeated as the Texans’ head coach on Sunday afternoon in Nashville. Former pupil Mike Vrabel stands in the way of this hero’s journey. Who shall triumph?
The Texans, of course! I don’t know. That’s why they play the games, and that’s why I write these posts every week telling you how you can watch the games.
Kickoff Time: 12 p.m. CDT on Sunday, October 18th.
TV Broadcast: CBS.
Radio Broadcast: Sports Radio 610 (AM), 100.3 (FM), and SXM 232. NFL Game Pass also provides an audio streaming service.
Online Streaming: Viewers in the U.S. can use the NFL Mobile app if they have a Verizon subscription. Everyone else can use the NFL Game Pass subscription service to watch the game.
Opponent Blog: Music City Miracles.
Facebook: Sure, you like us. But do you really, really like us?
NFL Network Replay: To be determined.
In terms of what we'll be doing for the game itself, expect "Countdown To Kickoff" to post at 8 a.m. CDT on Sunday. The first open thread for Texans-Titans will go up at 11:45 a.m. CDT. We'll add live open threads as necessary during the game, and then we'll have a post-game reaction thread as soon as the game's over.