Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
A look around before diving into Wednesday. Questions? Comments? Requests? Hit the mailbag.
And look for our AFC South chat Thursday at 3:00 p.m. ET.
Andre Davis had a bigger role in game two, writes Megan Manfull.
Houston's offense has been bad in the red zone, says Manfull.
Fan devotion to the Texans is not the same as it was to the Oilers, according to John McClain.
Richard Justice answers some mail.
Bob McNair would be shocked if the Texans don't play at Reliant Stadium on Oct. 5 as scheduled.
Bill Polian points out that the last time he felt so bad after a game, it was one with the same referee -- Walt Coleman. Phil Richards offers details.
Peyton Manning: "We just have to play better." From colts.com.
Scott Starks tore an ACL in Indianapolis and is out for the year, according to Michael C. Wright. They signed Omare Lowe to replace him.
Reasons to feel good, and some lingering concerns, courtesy of Cole Pepper.
Five reasons the Titans might not be as good as their perfect record suggests, from Jim Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher, playing defense for Vince Young, has twice gotten reporters to turn down the volume on big stories, says Wyatt.
Roydell Williams officially filed a grievance against the Titans, claiming he was hurt when he was released, according to Wyatt.