Tennessee-Houston: Texans Survive Wild Contest, Beat Titans 34-31

Posted: 21st September 2009 by Bryan Hollister in NFL
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No one expected to see 537 yards and 48 points in the Titans-Texans game. Let alone the first half. Right off the bat, though, these teams served notice that this was going to be a barnburner. With big play after big play, the Titans and Oilers...er, excuse me, the Texans, came out to show that they were legitimate contenders for the AFC South crown. It all started with a draw play that under normal circumstances would have picked up a half a dozen yards. Chris Johnson, however, is slowly but surely going about the business of showing the NFL he is far from normal. With a quick step to his left, Johnson hit a huge seam and just like that, 57 yards quickly disappeared behind him. He wasn't even running hard, which can't be said for his pursuers. On the next series, the Texans showed th ...

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