Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
With no excuses, the Texans lack improvements, says Richard Justice.
The Houston Chronicle's report card.
This one is on the defense, writes John McClain.
An interception killed the Texans' chances at a comeback, according to McClain.
The Texans couldn't stop the run in the second half, says McClain.
Dunta Robinson missed the team flight, got fined and didn't start off as the team's nickelback, writes Manfull.
Peyton Manning topped 300 passing yards, Joseph Addai ran for over 100 and the Colts have a three-game winning streak, says Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz's report card includes a couple As.
For the first time in 18 regular-season games, a Colt cracked 100 yards rushing, writes Mike Chappell.
Dwight Freeney's two sacks were big plays, according to Richards.
Melvin Bullitt atoned for two key missed tackles with a game-ending interception, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Wide receiver Marvin Harrison scored his 127th career touchdown, passing Jim Brown (126) for ninth place in league history, says Tom James.
The forecast for the Jaguars is dismal after they lost an 11-point lead and lost to Tennessee, writes Michael C. Wright.
The Jaguars have essentially checked out, says Gene Frenette.
Frenette's report card includes two Fs.
The Jaguars need more leadership out of David Garrard, says Hays Carlyon.
Titans reserve defensive back Chris Carr was called into action and stung the Jaguars, says Garry Smits.
Cornerbacks Drayton Florence and Brian Williams stand up and take the blame for big mistakes, according to Vito Stellino.
Mike Peterson played in the second half and was productive, says Stellino.
With Matt Jones out, the receivers didn't do enough, according to Carlyon.
The Titans staggered through a bad first half, then recovered to get to 10-0, writes Jim Wyatt.
David Climer says the Titans made believers out of the Jaguars.
The Titans' defense locked things down in the second half, says Gary Estwick.
Justin Gage stretched the field for Tennessee.
Third-string cornerback Chris Carr played big, according to Estwick.
Wyatt's report card.
Once again, the Titans find a way, writes Terry McCormick.
The Titans are an unassuming group who pride themselves on outworking people, says Vic Carucci of NFL.com.
Everyone's got his role on the Titans, says Rick Gosselin.
Justin Gage led the way for the Titans, writes Jarrett Bell.
Albert Haynesworth says the Titans put the nail in Jacksonville's coffin, writes Karen Crouse.