Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Two wins, two losses and a lot to read.
Aggressive defense keyed Houston's win in Cleveland, writes John McClain.
Jerome Solomon says the Texans showed they haven't given up and still back Gary Kubiak.
Ahman Green is hurt again, this time a knee, says Megan Manfull.
The Texans forced five turnovers and held a team that had been scoring a lot to just a couple field goals, writes John McClain.
Andre Johnson hits the 1,000 yard mark, says Manfull.
The win was Houston's first on the road in more than a year, writes the AAP's Tom Withers.
Adam Vinatieri's field goal at the buzzer lifted the Colts in San Diego, writes Larry Weisman.
The Colts maintain their hold on the AFC's No. 5 playoff slot, according to Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz says during an excellent month, the Colts have showed amazing intestinal fortitude.
Vinatieri gains some redemption, according to Phillip B. Wilson.
A bold fourth-down call keyed the win, says Mike Chappell.
Jack Del Rio says something is missing and David Garrard apologizes to fans, according to Vito Stellino.
The Jags had allowed 17 points off turnovers all season. Against the Vikings, they allowed 17 points off turnovers, says Michael C. Wright.
Fred Taylor says the Jags are a bad team and figures he may not be around next year, according to Cole Pepper.
Several Fs in Gene Frenette's report card.
Maurice Jones-Drew's 113 receiving yards were a team record for a running back, says Hays Carlyon.
Jacksonville just couldn't recover from the terrible start, says Tania Ganguli.
Matt Jones appeal is set for Dec. 4, according to Ganguli. About time.
Now, nobody is perfect, writes Jim Wyatt.
Tennessee has to turn its attention to Thanksgiving in Detroit in a hurry, says Wyatt.
David Climer writes there is no dishonor in losing to Brett Favre's Jets.
Joe Biddle says to blame this one on the offense.
The Jets beat the Titans at their own game, writes Terry McCormick.
The Titans have scored just 32 first-half points in their last five games, according to Gary Estwick.
Chris Carr says the Titans lost the game well before two late pass interference calls against him, says Estwick.