Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Good morning from Houston, where I have sifted through the headlines to give you an easy click-and-read opportunity to see what's been written.
The AFC South blog will soon be on the way back to Nashville and I'll bring you more from the division when I get back.
We've had a two-week hiatus on the chat, so put Thursday's in your date book: 3:00 p.m. right here.
The Texans dominated the first "Monday Night Football" game in Houston since 1994, writes John McClain.
Richard Justice says the Texans did well to make a good first impression on "Monday Night Football."
Mario Williams tormented David Garrard and got three sacks and a forced fumble, says Dale Robertson.
Steve Slaton is closing in on 1,000 yards, writes Megan Manfull.
All of a sudden, the Texans are forcing turnovers, says Manfull.
Injuries continue to pile up for the Colts. Linebacker Gary Brackett looks to be out at least a week and defensive tackle Keyunta Dawson will be gone longer than that, writes Phil Richards.
Just a couple of plays have made a huge difference for the Colts this season. Mike Chappell breaks them down.
The Colts rank fifth in brand strength among 122 major pro sports franchises, according to the second annual Turnkey Team Brand Index, published in Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal.
Indy is hopeful Bob Sanders will play Sunday against Cincinnati, according to Tom James.
Gene Frenette says David Garrard was unable to lift a listless offense.
There is no sign things will get better soon for the Jaguars, says Frenette.
Rashean Mathis didn't finish the game in Houston because of a knee injury, writes Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars are now at the bottom of the AFC South. Michael C. Wright wonders if they've quit.
Bad starts are killing the Jags, writes Stellino.
The man accused of shooting Richard Collier appears in court.