Jacksonville had powerful Houston in trouble last Sunday, but couldn't put away the game. The 37 points for the Jaguars in that loss brought their season total to a measly 164. They will go with Chad Henne at quarterback with second-year starter Blaine Gabbert on injured reserve.

It looks like the Titans have fixed some of their defensive woes, and they come off a bye that followed a 37-3 romp in Miami, their best performance all season. Before that came their worst, a 51-20 thrashing at the hands of the Bears.

St. Louis (3-6-1) at Arizona (4-6)

Arizona was 4-0 when it journeyed to St. Louis and was beaten 17-3. Things have been downright ugly since for the Cardinals, who can't score, can't decide on a quarterback, and struggle against the run. A defense expected to excel has disappointed.

The Rams are maddeningly inconsistent, following a tie at mighty San Francisco - a game they should have won - with a flop against the Jets. Look for a steady diet of runs by Steven Jackson and Daryl Richardson.