Texans accuse Titans' Stewart of dirty play

Tennessee tackle flagged for two personal foul penalties. Terry McCormick

Print This October 01, 2012, 12:39 PM EST

NFP's Introduction to Scouting Class is now registering for our next session! Early bird pricing in effect until February 15th! Save $100 and REGISTER NOW!

The Houston Texans accused Tennessee Titans offensive tackle David Stewart of being a dirty player after Sunday's 38-14 win.

“I saw some things I’ve never seen before,” said defensive end Antonio Smith to the Houston Chronicle. “I saw him try to pull (Brooks Reed’s) hair out, tried to ride somebody’s back, which I thought was kind of funny, actually.”

The Texans even invoked the "I" word when describing Stewart, comparing him to Miami's Richie Incognito. Stewart was flagged twice for personal fouls in the second half of Sunday's game, prompting Coach Mike Munchak to respond that he needs to play under control, according to

"Obviously, he has to be smarter than that, even if he's the second guy,” Munchak said. “He's obviously always an aggressive guy. We like that about Dave. He's just got to be smarter not to be the guy caught doing whatever he was supposedly doing.”

Follow me on Twitter @TerryMc13

Terry McCormick covers the Titans for

NFP Inside Content. All Season.