In the Titans' ideal world, they would be playing for the AFC South title at Nissan Stadium on Sunday, battling Houston with a chance to capture the division title for the first time since 2008. It's unclear who will start the Wild Card round.
Glazer said it would be a mutual parting of ways if it happens. The Texans' defense has remained strong, but Ryan Fitzpatrick was his starting quarterback in 2014, and it was Brian Hoyer in 2015.
Tom Savage being the starter for the Houston Texans is not stopping him from having fun on the field. Savage also was sacked four times.
Houston, as the No. 4 seed in the AFC, will host either Oakland or Kansas City next weekend.
Will the Titans' secondary offer some hope for next season? Tennessee gave up 325 yards passing to Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles last week in the Titans' lone double-digit loss of the season. Tennessee is next to last against the pass allowing 270.9 yards per game. Walker admitted that the defeat still bothered the team several days after it occurred.
Cassel, 34, makes his first start in place of the injured Marcus Mariota.
Savage has not had a turnover in his two appearances this season after Osweiler threw 16 interceptions with just 14 touchdowns before he was benched.
STINGY RUN D: Not only do the Texans have the stingiest defence in the National Football League, nobody has been better stopping the run since Week 8.
Savage looked good when he came in mid-game in relief of the struggling $72 million man, Osweiler.
Running isn't something Cassel has done much of in recent seasons, but he has 264 rushes for 1,010 yards with five touchdowns.
The Texans are 5-0 SU in their past five games against Titans and undefeated ATS in their past six encounters. It ties the biggest one-season turnaround in franchise history, set in 1967 (1 win to 7) and 1974 (3 wins to 9).