The original Oilers reunite to commemorate the team’s anniversary, writes John McClain.
Gary Kubiak has the better quarterback in Matt Schaub, says Richard Justice.
Cortland Finnegan tends to bring out the best in Andre Johnson, says McClain.
The Texans’ recent success is a significant development in their rivalry with the Titans, writes Dale Robertson.
Steve Slaton and Chris Johnson have been running in different directions, says McClain.
Sunday’s games went largely the right direction for Houston, says Alan Burge.
A look back at the Jason Babin trade, from Burge.
Gary Brackett’s late interception helped the Colts avoid the upset, writes Phil Richards.
Despite turnovers, the Colts offense did enough, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz’s report card.
In place of Gijon Robinson, Tom Santi had a career day, says Chappell.
Matt Stover shows he’s still kicking, says Rick Gosselin.
The Colts bandwagon should have more passengers, says Clifton Brown.
This one had more to do with Brackett than Peyton Manning, says Clark Judge.
It’s hard to complain about anything, says Deshawn Zombie.
The Colts survived with defense, says Matt Snyder.
Baltimore’s loss clouds the playoff picture, says Steve Wyche.
David Garrard leads another rally for a win, says Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars just keep punching, writes Gene Frenette.
The Jags are in the thick of the AFC race, says Michael C. Wright.
T.O. gave MSW the shirt off his back, says Wright.
John Henderson’s two sacks were part of a pass-rush resurgence, says Jeff Elliott.
Tyron Brackenridge got beat on T.O.’s long TD but did well beyond that filling in for Rashean Mathis, says Stellino.
Frenette’s report card.
Life is good for the Jaguars, says Vic Ketchman.
The Jaguars are growing into contenders, says Cole Pepper.
It’s the first three-game winning streak in nearly two years, says Matt Loede.
Vince Young is at home on the national stage, says Jim Wyatt.
Throwback Oilers merchandise isn’t a big hit, says Terry McCormick.
Wyatt’s game breakdown.