NASHVILLE, Tenn. —Arian Foster saved his best moments of the season for the Titans with a performance that lifted the Texans (4-3) back into first-place in the AFC South.
Matt Schaub, who's 78-yard touchdown strike to Foster tied the longest touchdown pass in Texans history, finished with 296 yards and two TDs. Foster ran for 115 yards and two touchdowns, including 119 more receiving en route to Houston's 41-7 pounding of the Titans.
The Texans' Ben Tate racked up 104 yards rushing, which marked the first time Houston had two running backs top 100 yards in the same game.
Texans cornerback, Brice McCain, picked off Matt Hasselbeck's throw and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown to ice the game.
Most of the 69,143 that arrived at LP Field left with minutes remaining in the contest. The Texans' 41 points were the second-most scored in team history, behind only the 42 points scored against Jacksonville in 2007.
The Jaguars travel to Reliant Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 30 for their contest with the Texans.