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Sunday, December 27, 2015 at Nissan Stadium (Nashville, TN) Texans 34, Titans 6For the 2nd straight time in 2015 the Houston Texans held the Tennessee Titans offense in check, and moved closer to their first AFC South division title since 2012. Brandon Weeden delivered his 2nd straight solid performance of the season for the Texans, accounting for 3 total touchdowns, while throwing no interceptions against a porous Titans defensive front. Tennessee suffered its 2nd straight loss to their division rival, without quarterback Marcus Mariota, whose durability struggled behind a less than average offensive line.
Sunday, November 1, 2015 at NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) Texans 20, Titans 6The Texans dominance vs the Tennessee Titans continued, with the Titans falling to their Houston counterparts for the 6th straight time. Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer played one of the better games of his short tenure in Houston, throwing for 2 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. While holding the ball on offense, the Texans defense stifled the Titans, who were missing star quarterback Marcus Mariota due to injury. The loss dropped the Titans to 1-6 on the season and gave the Houston Texans a much needed boost in the race for the 2015 AFC South Title.
Sunday, November 29, 2014 at NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) Texans 45, Titans 21 With Ryan Mallett out for the season it was Fitzpatrick who took back the starting position for the Texans and he did not disappoint. The former starter may have reclaimed his job after a 358 yard and 6 touchdown performance against Tennessee. Fitzpatrick's go to receiver DeAndre Hopkins also came away with a huge game tearing through the Titans secondary for 238 yards and 2 touchdowns. The 45-21 win over the Titans put the Texans at 6-6 on the season keeping them in the playoff hunt just 2 games back from the division leaders in Indianapolis.
Sunday, October 26, 2014 at Nissan Stadium (Nashville, TN) Texans 30, Titans 16 It was the Arian Foster show in Nashville who capped the day off with 151-yards and 2 touchdowns. Houston had a slow start but take the game over after half time with two turnovers that both lead to scores putting the game out of reach in the fourth 27-3.
Sunday, September 15, 2013 at Reliant Stadium (Houston, TX) Texans 30, Titans 24 One of the most exciting games in the young season was won by the Texans on a DeAndre Hopkins TD grab in overtime, giving the Texans a 30-24 win and a 2-0 record. Houston dropped Chris Johnson in the end zone for a safety to make it 16-10, but the Titans responded with two touchdowns, including a pick-six off a Matt Schaub INT. Arian Foster punched in a 1-yd TD and the 2-point conversion at the end of the game to force OT, where Hopkins make his game-winning grab.
Sunday, December 2, 2012 at Nissan Stadium (Nashville, TN) Texans 24, Titans 10 The Texans improved to 11-1 after an impressive win over the Titans in Nashville, highlighted by a 54-yard TD catch from Lestar Jean. The Tenneessee defense couldn’t sack Matt Schaub once and the offense turned the ball over six times in the game. Jake Locker fumbled twice and threw 3 INTs, while Johnson had the other fumble. The Texans have a stranglehold on the division with only four games to play.
Sunday, September 30, 2012 at Reliant Stadium (Houston, TX) Texans 38, Titans 14 Two interceptions returned for touchdowns by the Texans helped make this one a laugher, and it might spell the end of the road for Tennessee QB Matt Hasselbeck with Jake Locker waiting in the wings. Chris Johnson had 141 yards rushing, but only a Kendall Wright TD with a minute to go could keep it from being a 30-point win for the Texans. The loss puts Tenneessee at 1-3 and the Texans at 4-0.