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Houston Texans

The Texans are using the long break to get healthy, says John McClain.

It’s time for Bob McNair to hire a top-10 coach, says Jerome Solomon.

Indianapolis Colts

Despite their late rally, the Colts let this one slip away, says Phil Richards.

Late addition Taj Smith provided a spark, says Mike Chappell.

This isn’t even a poor facsimile of Peyton Manning, says Bob Kravitz.

Bob Kravitz’s report card.

The defense took its share of the blame, says Chappell.

It’s past time to worry, says John Oehser.

Look at Manning honestly and you have to conclude he’s playing terrible football, says Nate Dunlevy.

A game review from Brett Mock.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The final stats were as lopsided as the score as the Jaguars took sole possession of first place, says Tania Ganguli.

The Jaguars continued to run the ball very well, says Vito Stellino.

They’re morphing into a real team, one that is gradually becoming harder to ignore as a real threat to the Colts’ AFC South dominance, says Gene Frenette.

Jacksonville’s run defense is on a roll, says Stellino.

X-rays were negative on Courtney Greene’s shoulder, but he’ll have an MRI today, says Ganguli.

Maurice Jones-Drew answered Jack Del Rio’s challenge, says Rick Gosselin.

By all appearances, this is 2007 all over again, says Vic Ketchman.

The Jaguars are playing their best football, says Ketchman.

Pondering Jones-Drew’s case for MVP with Jonathan Loesche.

Four reasons this 7-5 teams is different than last year’s, from Brian Levenson.

Tennessee Titans

All signs point to nowhere for the Titans, says Jim Wyatt.

The Titans are fading from relevance in a mediocre division, says David Climer.

Chaos could end Jeff Fisher’s tenure, says Michael Silver.

The Jaguars didn’t mix an ounce of deception into their plan of attack and ran all over the Titans, says John Glennon.

It’s been 13 quarters since the Titans scored an offensive touchdown, says Glennon.

Randy Moss continues to be a non-factor, says Jim Wyatt.

Jacksonville just ran wild, says David Boclair.

The Titans’ time-of-possession deficit during their five-game losing streak is 190:35 to 116:08. That’s 74 minutes and 27 seconds over five games. That’s a game-and-a-quarter. That’s insane, says Bob McClellan.

The Titans say their soap opera isn’t the cause of their slide, says Terry McCormick.