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Monday, October 11, 2010
RTC: Texans create questions

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Reading the coverage …

Houston Texans

The Giants dominated the lackluster Texans, says John McClain.

It's not just that the Texans lost to the New York Giants 34-10 on Sunday afternoon at Reliant Stadium. It's how they lost, says Richard Justice.

The offense sputtered all game, says Jeffrey Martin.

Brian Cushing made little difference and the secondary sputtered, says Dale Robertson.

Mike Brisiel’s injury is the most serious new issue for the Texans, says Jenny Dial.

McClain’s report card.

A lot of people will be mad about this, says Justice.

Analysis as the game unfolded from Mark Viera.

This creates doubt. Grave doubt, says Lance Zierlein.

Where was the offense, asks Battle Red Blog.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts did just enough, says Phil Richards.

We still don’t know anything about this team, says Bob Kravitz.

This was a Romeo Crennel-induced grind, says Mike Chappell.

Mike Hart finished an up-and-down week well, says Chappell.

Ryan Lilja’s return to Indianapolis was bittersweet with the Chiefs' loss, says Phillip B. Wilson.

Peyton Manning is still talking about finding an identity, writes John Oehser.

Kravitz’s report card.

Even with a sluggish offense, the Colts turned away the Chiefs, says Alex Marvez.

Gregg Doyel examines Manning appearing human.

Against the Chiefs, the Colts couldn’t force things the way they often do, says Jason Cole.

Some schedule notes from Nate Dunlevy.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars recovered from early miscues and won in Buffalo, says Vito Stellino.

Marcedes Lewis broke free again, says Tania Ganguli.

Deji Karim made a positive first impression, says Ganguli.

Mike Thomas bounced back from an early fumble, says Stellino.

Derek Cox got back in action when David Jones struggled, says Ganguli.

Gene Frenette and Ganguli discuss the Jaguars’ win. (Video.)

Gene Smith’s guys led the charge in Buffalo, says Vic Ketchman.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans' offense had one of its better days, says David Climer.

A thrilling win could give the Titans a momentum boost, says Jim Wyatt.

Marc Mariani’s big kickoff return could be a turnaround point, says Climer.

Tennessee got the big stops when it needed them, says Wyatt.

Gerald McRath made an impact in his first game back from suspension, says Wyatt.

Chuck Cecil laughed at himself before kickoff, says Climer.

After the winning score, Chris Johnson sought out the Cowboys’ star, says Climer.