Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
The Texans won, remarkably, despite their failures in rushing and rushing defense, says John McClain.
Chester Pitts is having knee surgery and will see his start streak end at 114, writes McClain.
Matt Schaub and the Texans are working on trust, writes Thomas George.
Jacoby Jones can avoid NFL punishment after being accepted into a DWI diversion program in Houston, reports Mark Berman.
The Colts overcame Miami’s clock-eating run game, says Phil Richards.
Dallas Clark’s remarkable night keyed the Colts, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Pierre Garcon’s only catch won the game, says Mike Chappell.
Johnny Unitas would have been proud of this performance by Peyton Manning, opines Bob Kravitz.
John Oehser reviews the game and says we still don't know how good the Colts are.
Proclaiming it improbable is being kind, says Alex Marvez.
Miraculous work by Manning covered up a lot and please notice how the coaching changes didn’t have a lot of impact, says Deshawn Zombie.
Troy Williamson is out and Nate Hughes is gone as the Jaguars have a shakeup at receiver, says Vito Stellino.
It’s a revolving door receiving corps, says Gene Frenette.
Cuts follow the bad home loss, writes Jeff Hess.
The more the Jags lose, the more young guys you’ll see, says Jay Gray. But how many more will fit in the lineup?
Vic Ketchman is getting a lot of bench-David-Garrard e-mails, and says they are nonsensical.
There is not much hope left in Jacksonville, says Chris Burke.
Jeff Fisher warns against finger pointing, says Jim Wyatt.
A.J. Trapasso and Glenn Pakulak will audition to fill in, or replace, the injured Craig Hentrich, reports Jim Wyatt.
Gary Estwick finds two teams that started 0-3 and still made the playoffs.
Fisher said he didn’t see a punch thrown by Jason Jones in the sideline scrap against Houston, writes Terry McCormick.
Wyatt applauds Jones for how he handled himself.
Titans Radio previews the Jets game. (Audio.)