With the Texans down a WR, and the tough Titans front, expect Slaton to be a target of Schaub on some short passes. Do not expect him to have a great game against this vaunted D, but be patient, Slaton will bust out soon.
The long and strong Johnson is too good to keep down for long. Both Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes went for 100 yards against the Titans last week. Expect the same from perhaps, the most talented WR in the league.
The Houston D is better than it looked against the Jets, when they recorded no sacks and allowed Mark Sanchez to convert on third down at will. Still, they're going to have a tough afternoon against Kerry Collins and a balanced Titans' attack
The Titans had trouble getting into the red zone against the Steelers, but they likely won't against the Texans. LenDale's still their go-to goal line guy. He had two touchdowns against the Texans last year and you can expect one from him here.
The Titans' leading receiver last year (58 catches) got sent to the locker room prematurely by a fumble-forcing hit by James Harrison. Though his knee isn't 100%, his value to Kerry Collins is immeasurable, especially with a young WR group.