For the first time in team history the Texans will try to do something they've never been able to accomplish, sweep the Colts in regular season play. Although the Texans beat the Colts in their first season match up at Reliant Stadium 34-24 in Week 1, the storyline will be much different Monday night inside Lucas Oil Stadium. Historically Peyton doesn't lose in Indy, as Texans fans we're well aware of this and its hard to imagine that will change in Week 8. The Texans come in to Monday's game dead last in passing yards allowed this season, and the Colts have had two weeks to prepare their air attack against our boys coming off a bye week. I would be very surprised if Peyton didn't throw the ball 70% of the time or greater and have his way with our struggling secondary. Colts 31, Texans 24
Colt to watch: Jacob Tamme, 3rd year replacement TE for injured Dallas Clark, arguably Peyton's favorite target.
Texan to watch: Kareem Jackson, struggling rookie CB out of Alabama who has been picked on by every opposing QB thus far, we need a big game from this guy.
The Titans will be going to San Diego to face Philip River's potent offense Sunday. Tennessee is still unsure who will lead their team with VY coming off an injury and still considered day to day at this point. If you're a Chargers fan you will probably want to see Vince starting after watching last week's Kerry Collins to Kenny Britt passing barrage against the Eagles, over 200 yards and 3 TDs. Chargers 27, Titans 21
If there is one game that Texans fans should be excited about watching Sunday its the Jags going into the house that Jerry Jones built to face the Cowboys. We are guaranteed to have one of our rivals lose this game. Its hard to figure out what's more important as a Texans fan....a loss for an AFC South rival or a Cowboys loss. The ultimate goal of course is to win our division, but whats better than watching Jerry Jones face sulk late in the fourth quarter in his multi million dollar booth? Good news Cowboys fans, your Boys will win this win at home. Cowboys 24, Jaguars 17