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Richard Justice says a move away from a balanced offense has set the Texans on a better course.
Andre Johnson is expected to return from a chest injury in time to play next week, says John McClain.
Duane Brown admitted poor judgment on a key penalty, says the Chronicle’s notebook.
Alex Smith gave the Texans a real second-half scare, says David Barron.
The Texans couldn’t match their offensive output after halftime, says Dale Robertson.
McClain grades the Texans and ask for your input.
Alan Burge’s look at the game.
The Colts won their 15th straight regular-season game with a blowout in St. Louis, says Mike Chappell.
Donald Brown suffered a sprained left shoulder, says Chappell.
Bob Kravitz’s report card from St. Louis.
Peyton Manning hasn’t been sacked in 163 pass attempts, says Phillip B. Wilson.
One of the only blemishes for the defense was an excessive celebration penalty following Jacob Lacey’s pick six, says Wilson.
The Colts are 6-0 for the fifth time in six seasons, says John Oehser.
Debating Joseph Addai versus Brown with Todd Golden.
Bob Sanders was happy to be back in action, says Tom James.
Deshawn Zombie dissects the game.
Why the Jaguars shifted to a 3-4, from Michael C. Wright.
The trial connected to the shooting of Richard Collier starts Monday, writes Paul Pinkham.
Vito Stellino’s Q&A with Gene Smith.
The London game in 2010 could be Jaguars-Redskins, speculates Jonathan Loesche.
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