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The offense made another comeback win look easy, says John McClain.
These Texans -- with a defense that can't stop anybody through the air (and this day on the ground, either) -- are 4-2 and in first place after their second double-digit come-from-behind victory of the season, says Jerome Solomon.
DeMeco Ryans is, sadly, done, says McClain.
Matt Schaub calmly crafted the fourth-quarter comeback, says Dale Robertson.
The defense did some good work late, says Jeffrey Martin.
Amobi Okoye made a play to end the game, says Sam Khan Jr. and Jon Styf.
McClain’s report card.
The Colts escaped Washington with a win despite themselves, says Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz thinks the Colts did a lot to find their identity in the Washington win.
Pat Angerer made the most of his first start as he filled in for Gary Brackett, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Joseph Addai will need the bye week and perhaps more after a second injury in two weeks, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts ran in a way that controlled the game, says John Oehser.
This team just slugged its way through a rough stretch, and is only a 59-yard field goal away from being tied for the top mark in the conference, says Nate Dunlevy.
With Chris Johnson and Maurice Jones-Drew on the same field, expect fireworks, says Vito Stellino.
Earnest Byner has special insight into both running backs, says Stellino.
The Jaguars get a chance to tell their story in prime time, says Gene Frenette.
Breaking down the game with Tania Ganguli.
Don’t worry, it’s only "Monday Night Football," says Vic Ketchman.
Jeff Fisher finds a variety of methods to motivate, says Jim Wyatt.
A year later, the Titans are still learning from a 59-0 loss in New England, says David Climer.
Will Witherspoon is ready to square off against the threatening Marcedes Lewis, say John Glennon.
David Boclair looks at a shift in Johnson.
Johnson and the Titans are finally getting into the division, says Bob McClellan.