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Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson and Chris Johnson make appearances in Don Banks’ Snap Judgments.
Houston made a statement and escaped Nashville with a win, writes John McClain.
The Texans were a determined team, says Jerome Solomon.
Bob McNair called it the franchise’s biggest win, say Solomon and McClain.
Thomas George thinks the Texans get it.
Big plays hurt the defense, but Brian Cushing helped keep the intensity up, says McClain.
Chester Pitts has a knee injury and is going to miss three to four weeks, ending his consecutive games streak at 114, writes McClain.
When they show up, the Texans can beat anybody, says Richard Justice.
McClain can’t believe what he saw.
Among Lance Zierlein’s observations: Mario Williams was as good as he’s been.
It was an exhausting game just to watch, says Stephanie Stradley.
The Colts begin their prime-time grind, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts are prepared to see Miami’s Wildcat, says Phil Richards.
A game preview from John Oehser as he gathers some links.
Eighteen things to watch in Colts-Dolphins from 18to88.com.
Guard Jamey Richard (shoulder) didn’t make the trip with the Colts.
The Jaguars had no answers for Kurt Warner, says Michael C. Wright.
Was the blackout a blessing, asks Gene Frenette.
The Jaguars’ pass rush failed to pressure Warner, says Vito Stellino.
Not only was the blocked field goal for a TD painful, but was there may have been a missed pass interference the play before, says Stellino.
Frenette’s report card includes three Fs.
How the game was lost, by Garry Smits.
Rashean Mathis got his franchise-record 28th takeaway, says Michael Wright.
David Garrard said he had enough time to throw on a bad day, but Vic Ketchman hasn’t seen a quarterback who could win in this context.
It was a failure in all phases, says Jay Gray.
Mike Sims-Walker was a bright spot, but Garrard’s best work came against the prevent, says bigcatcountry.com.
A defensive disaster leads the Titans to 0-2, says Jim Wyatt.
The loss leads Tennessee to reassessment mode, writes Terry McCormick.
Andre Johnson lived up to his big reputation, says Bryan Mullen.
Nick Harper says the Titans' secondary didn’t make corrections, blogs Wyatt.
Troubling signs for the Titans, writes David Climer.
Titans' mistakes were everywhere, says Joe Biddle.
The Titans wasted Chris Johnson’s great day, says Gary Estwick.
Wyatt’s report card.
The Titans are finding ways to lose close ones, says Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher said the fair catch controversy was sorted out correctly, according to The Tennessean’s notebook.
Fisher says the Titans have work to do, from Titans Radio. (Audio.)
Johnson couldn’t save the Titans, says Clay Travis.