Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
“We've got to be good enough to make a yard in the National Football League when it counts,” coach Gary Kubiak said. “If you can't, with your best [running play] and the game on the line, then something's wrong.” Dale Robertson writes about that.
The Texans are doing just enough to lose, writes Richard Justice.
Another failed goal-line chance for the Texans, says the Chronicle’s notebook.
The Texans' defense had a second-half turnaround, says John McClain.
The Texans rolled over like dogs, says Richard Justice.
A blowout in Nashville gave the Colts a three-game lead in the division, says Phil Richards.
Austin Collie took the Titans apart with two touchdowns, writes Phillip B. Wilson.
Nothing short of a calamity stops these Colts from a deep playoff run, says Bob Kravitz.
Bill Polian’s behind all of this, says Pete Prisco.
Polian patted his defense on the back, says Chappell.
John Oehser reviews the game, keeping in mind who’s still missing from the lineup.
The blowout was one for the record books, writes Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars' offense was buried under Seattle’s rush, says Michael C. Wright.
It was a trip to forget, writes Gene Frenette.
Off-field incidents hindered the Jaguars’ efforts, says Stellino.
The Seahawks' receivers burned the Jaguars repeatedly, says Wright.
The Seahawks rushed the passer, the Jags didn’t and therein lies the story, says Vic Ketchman.
This one was X-rated, says Cole Pepper.
Quentin Groves was involved in a traffic accident on his way to the team flight, writes Bridget Murphy.
How will the Jaguars react to the Groves incident, asks Frenette.
A bad team got to show itself to a national TV audience, writes Jim Wyatt.
Joe Biddle is ready for Vince Young.
David Climer says it’s about a lot more than the quarterback.
Jeff Fisher needs to be ready for another onslaught of VY questions, says Wyatt.
Tennessee’s weak defense helped Manning pad his numbers, writes Bryan Mullen.
The Titans’ secondary got roughed up again, says Gary Estwick.
Nick Harper doesn’t even really know how he broke his arm, says Estwick.
Keith Bulluck says the Titans have failed five tests, says Terry McCormick.
Richard Justice piles on the sarcasm while considering the re-emergence of Young and what it means in Texas.