- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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No intent: Brian Cushing was lost to an ACL injury last year on a block thrown by Matt Slauson of the Jets. Titans center Rob Turner was flagged for a similar peel-back block on J.J. Watt at the end of the third quarter. Cushing spoke of more than a penalty and a fine being needed as a deterrent. But Turner said he had no ill intent. “I didn’t think about it on the screen,” Turner said. “It was a bad decision on my part to throw [it]. As a lineman, you get kind of ingrained, ‘Run a screen, throw a cut, run a screen, throw a cut.’ I tried saying something to him after the game, saying, ‘Look, I wasn’t trying to take your legs out.’”
Looking ahead: Last week Jurrell Casey delivered a postgame one-liner about what the Texans could expect. The defensive tackle may be good in that department every week. “We're just going to respond, do what we need to do next week against the Chargers and let them feel our pain,” Casey said. “That’s it.”
Spiky shoes: Apparently spike-covered shoes are a thing. I missed the memo on that, but Kendall Wright said he’s hardly the first guy on the Titans to have them. Chris Johnson set the tone. Check out Wright’s shoes on my Instagram: pkuharsky.