Gary Kubiak continues to praise Matt Schaub, says Dale Robertson.
Jerome Solomon visited Andre Johnson as he did some Christmas work.
The Rams took a day off because of the threat of swine flu, says John McClain.
Alan Burge is wondering about the Texans’ focus.
That was the Colts’ seventh fourth-quarter comeback, says Phil Richards.
It’s imperative the Colts take a shot at going undefeated, writes Bob Kravitz.
The Colts defense gave up plays and points, but delivered at the end, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Much maligned returner Chad Simpson scored on a big kickoff return, writes Tom Brew.
It was impressive and improbable, says John Oehser.
If they are playing, they aren’t saying, says Pete Prisco.
The Colts decided to work, says Karen Crouse.
What Vinnie Iyer learned.
Yet another come from behind win put the Colts in unfamiliar territory, says Sam Farmer.
The Colts should keep up the chase, says Jim Trotter.
Peyton Manning took a page from Dan Marino’s book, says Jason Cole.
Demond Sanders tracked the game as it played out.
No change meant similar results, says Larry Hawley.
Stampede Blue polls you about who gets the game ball.
David Garrard kept pace with Manning, until the very end, says Vito Stellino.
Maurice Jones-Drew found room and rhythm, says Michael DiRocco.
Garrard blinked in the shootout with the Colts, writes Gene Frenette.
Reggie Wayne woke up in time to sink the Jaguars again, says Garry Smits.
The Colts big kickoff return really hurt, says Stellino.
The man who shot Richard Collier got a life sentence.
Jeff Fisher rated Vince Young’s practice participation “a huge step,” says Jim Wyatt.
Brian Orakpo is threatening Jevon Kearse’s rookie record for sacks, say Wyatt and Estwick.
David Thornton has an uncertain future, says Jim Wyatt.
Ricky Williams is powering the Dolphins, says Gary Estwick.
A couple Titans remember Chris Henry, says Terry McCormick.