Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
As you get amped up for the big Colts-Titans Monday Night Football game, here is every look at the game and every story on the Jaguars and Texans I could find.
I'll check in mid-day and be situated at LP Field early to give you any updates I can.
The Texans come up with the most lopsided win in franchise history, writes John McClain.
Andre Johnson's mood and the Texans as a team are getting better, says Dale Robertson.
Houston didn't allow a touchdown in two Bengals' trips inside the 20, a big development according to Meghan Manfull.
Ahman Green left the game with a leg cramp.
The Texans are a pretty decent football team, according to Jerome Solomon.
Four keys for the Colts as they face a big challenge to their AFC South supremacy, from Mike Chappell.
The Colts throw more than everybody but Detroit while the Titans run more than everybody, making for an interesting contrast, writes Chappell.
As expected, Joseph Addai, Bob Sanders and Kelvin Hayden are out Monday night, reports Chappell.
Reggie Wayne's moving to the slot in three wide and can cause problems there, writes Chappell.
Stopping Albert Haynesworth won't be easy, says Chappell.
Freddy Keiaho wants to be the Colts' leading tackler, writes Tom James.
Peyton Manning's looking to help the Colts pull things together, writes Jarrett Bell.
The Jaguars let another one slip away and Jack Del Rio is not happy about it, writes Vito Stellino.
Gene Frenette says Del Rio boiled over after this one.
Jacksonville's defense tightened up late but it wasn't enough, says Hays Carlyon.
Cleveland's Shaun Rogers did a lot to hurt Jacksonville, according to Garry Smits.
Michael C. Wright looks at a bad day for special teams.
Gene Frenette's report card includes no Fs.
Big games from David Garrard and Matt Jones were not enough, writes Wright.
The run game did not get on track, says Carlyon.
Chris Naeole broke his hand in warm-ups and did not play for the first time as planned, according to Kyle Hightower.
The Jaguars are missing "it," says Cole Pepper.
Physical play by corners at the line will be a big part of the Titans' defensive plan, writes Jim Wyatt.
The Titans are out to prove they are no fluke, says Wyatt.
David Climer buys into the Titans-get-no-national-attention thinking.
A week-long stretch of stories on Ron Jaworski concludes with a look at the stats he's got access to, by Gary Estwick.
Game picks from Indy Star and Tennessean writers.
Wyatt's game preview.
A win puts Tennessee in complete control of the AFC South standings, says Terry McCormick.
A look at LenDale White from a Denver perspective, courtesy of Jeff Legwold.
Big national media day for White, as Sam Farmer also takes a look.