Locker Hurt; Titans Knocked Out by Texans 38-14 in Houston

The Titans learned first hand Sunday all about the 2012 Houston Texans, who suddenly have the look of a champion – and it’s only four weeks into the season.

Danieal Manning and Kareem Jackson returned interceptions for touchdowns, and Matt Schaub threw two TD passes as the Texans dominated the overmatched Tennessee Titans 38-14.

The Texans are 4-0, and with a stifling defense, a potent running attack, and a crisp passing game, the Texans quickly are looking like the team to beat in the AFC.

Schaub completed 20-of-28 passes, Owen Daniels caught six balls for 72 yards and a score, and James Casey had five receptions for 36 yards and a touchdown for Houston, which has outscored its opponents 128-56 this season.

Arian Foster rushed for 86 yards and a pair of scores, as they built an early lead and never looked back, knocking Titans QB Jake Locker out of the game with a shoulder injury.

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