Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
In many ways, life has never been so good for the Texans, says Jerome Solomon.
Ryan Moats got the carries with Steve Slaton benched and made the most of it, says Dale Robertson.
Owen Daniels is out for the year, according to Adam Schefter.
The defense gave a 60-minute effort, writes John McClain.
Matt Schaub bounced back from early interceptions, says Robertson.
McClain’s report card includes a chance for you to grade.
It’ll be a fun week to be a Texans fan, says Richard Justice.
A trick play and a big day from Reggie Wayne keyed the Colts’ seventh win, says Phil Richards.
The Colts won a “grinder,” says John Oehser.
The offense had a tough time in the red zone, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz’s report card.
Timely defensive plays were a big part of the win, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Jim Caldwell is the first coach since 1931 to start his career 7-0, says Chappell.
The 49ers pressured Peyton Manning as well as anyone has in some time, writes Oehser.
Are the Colts the AFC’s best? Todd Golden asks and ponders.
Breaking down the game into very small bits and pieces with Deshawn Zombie.
Lucas Oil Stadium’s roof should never be open, says Demond Sanders.
Joseph Addai made the most of a quarterbacking opportunity, says Larry Hawley.
Find a way to fix the inconsistency or you might not be part of next year’s team, says Gene Frenette.
More shuffling on the offensive line didn’t help protect David Garrard, says Michael C. Wright.
Jack Del Rio says the defense isn’t translating practice to games, writes Wright.
How the game was lost, from Wright.
Reggie Nelson knows he didn’t play well at corner where depth is a concern, says Vito Stellino.
The run defense killed the Jaguars, says Stellino.
Three F's on Frenette’s report card.
The loss was a derailment of hope, says Cole Pepper.
The line play isn’t there on either side to support a playoff run, says Terry O’Brien.
Who’s to blame? Brian Fullford sorts through it.
At least for a day, the Titans and Vince Young were winners again, says Jim Wyatt.
Bud Adams’ call for Vince Young worked, says David Climer.
Chris Johnson’s record day sparked the Titans, writes Gary Estwick.
A gorilla’s off the Titans’ backs, says Joe Biddle.
Even with a couple of major lapses, the defense looked better, says Jim Wyatt.
Young thought of Steve McNair during the game, says Wyatt.
Wyatt’s report card.
Asked about Jeff Fisher’s job security, Adams pointed to the coach’s contract, writes Terry McCormick.