Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
The Colts and Titans made for a late night, so please forgive the "late" hour of your daily tour of the AFC South.
The Texans are gaining recognition as one of the league's more potent offense, writes John McClain.
Safeties Nick Ferguson and Eugene Wilson drew praise for their play, says McClain.
Andre Johnson is playing at an elite level, says Brooke Bentley of houstontexans.com
Four games back, the Colts will think wild card, writes Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz says there is no doubt the Titans are better.
A couple failed fourth-and-shorts doomed the Colts, says Mike Chappell.
Kerry Collins picked apart the Colts with short and effective passes, according to Phillip B. Wilson.
Indy is in trouble, writes Clark Judge.
The Colts are a wild card at best, says Tom Curran.
Guard Chris Naeole is likely to miss the remainder of the season after suffering a broken hand in warm-ups before his first action of the year, according to Vito Stellino.
Jack Del Rio is searching for answers, writes Jim Nasella.
A Q&A with David Garrard.
The Titans deliver a Monday night message, writes Jim Wyatt.
David Climer believes the Titans are now the team to beat.
Joe Biddle contemplates a changing of the guard in the AFC South.
Eddie George sees something familiar in these Titans, says Wyatt.
Five things Dennis Dillon learned Monday night.
Chris Hope tried to edge in on Keith Bulluck's "Mr. Monday Night" nickname, according to Gary Estwick.
The Titans solved the Peyton Manning puzzle, says Tom Kreager.
The Tennessean's report card.
Vic Carucci of NFL.com saw it as a statement game.
Tennessee takes control of the AFC South, writes Terry McCormick.
The Titans are writing a perfect story, opines Matt Wilson.
The pass defense did well shutting down the Colts' dangerous wideouts, says McCormick.
A behind-the-scenes look at "Monday Night Football" production from Jessica Bliss.