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Monday, November 15, 2010
RTC: Hail Mary heroics in Jacksonville

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

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Houston Texans

The stunning loss came courtesy of a Hail Mary, says John McClain.

If you’re dumbfounded, imagine how the Texans feel, says Richard Justice.

Joel Dreessen lamented his fumble, says McClain.

The playoff hopes are almost gone after this stunner, says Dale Robertson.

The Jaguars all have their roles on the Hail Mary, says McClain.

Offensive inconsistency continues, say McClain and Robertson.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts feasted on Cincinnati turnovers, says Phil Richards.

It wasn’t artistically satisfying, but it was good enough while awaiting reinforcements, says Bob Kravitz.

The offense is staggering without weapons, says Mike Chappell.

Kravitz’s report card.

This is why they are called the Bungles, says Phillip B. Wilson.

Pierre Garcon is convinced he had possession of the onside kick, says Chappell.

It was an important win in difficult circumstances, says John Oehser.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Hail yeah: the Jaguars won with a last-second bomb, says Vito Stellino.

Mike Thomas is about to become a dad, but he wasn’t expecting this, says Gene Frenette.

Sean Considine’s strip set it all up, says Garry Smits.

Maurice Jones-Drew is finding his groove, says Tania Ganguli.

Zach Miller vexes the Texans again, says Jeff Elliott.

Thomas had to convince himself “it happened,” says Ganguli.

Gene Frenette and Ganguli review the game. (Video.)

Josh Scobee is already over his first bad game, says Elliott.

Is Monday off a good idea? Collin Streetman ponders.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans and Randy Moss struggled in Miami, says Jim Wyatt.

The Titans scrambled to find a healthy quarterback, says Wyatt.

Two Miami quarterbacks got knocked out, says Wyatt.

Moss did impact the running game, says Wyatt.

Moss gave himself a bad review, says Wyatt.

Wyatt’s report card.

Moss was tired for the Titans’ last-chance play, says Wyatt.

Tennessee got no jump start from Moss, says David Climer.

If this is why they wanted Moss, they should have skipped him, says Bob McClellan.

Tyler Thigpen came through for the Dolphins, says Pete Prisco.

Thigpen sunk the Titans, says Alex Marvez.

It was a quiet day for both Moss and Brandon Marshall, says Jason Cole.

Vince Young dismissed a report of bye-week absence, says Darren McFarland.

A shortage of turnovers and sacks caused problems for Titans, says Terry McCormick.