Titans Vs. Texans 2012: J.J. Watt continues dominance

If you're a Houston Texans fan, there was a lot to love about Sunday's 38-14 win over the Tennessee Titans. The win moved the Texans to 4-0, and gave Houston another AFC South victory.

The folks over at Battle Red Blog, SB Nation's Houston Texans blog, credited both the offense and defense in Houston's dominating win over the Tennessee Titans -- but they especially credited J.J. Watt, who continued his excellent 2012 campaign on Sunday.

Wow. I'm not even sure where to start. This was one of the most methodically efficient games I've seen from a team that has become famous for methodically efficient games. The defense scored twice and (before garbage time) kept the Tennessee offense in check all day long. J.J. Watt distanced himself even further in his campaign for Defensive Player of the Year. Matt Schaub was smooth as one could ask for and didn't turn the ball over while the run game kept chains moving and drives alive. There are a couple little things that need to be improved (ahem, cough cough Brice McCain and Trindon Holliday), but on the whole I could not be more pleased.

Houston will look to improve to 5-0 next Monday night, when it heads to New Jersey to take on the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.

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