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Before heading back to Nashville from Indianapolis, here's everything you need to read on the AFC South Monday morning:
The Texans kept it a business-like atmosphere after beating the woeful Raiders, writes John McClain.
Anthony Smith and the Texans’ defense got it together, says Jerome Solomon.
A stout run defense stifled the Raiders, says Dale Robertson.
It was an uplifting game for Steve Slaton and Ryan Moats, according to David Barron.
Gary Kubiak was proud of how Frank Bush rallied the troops, says Robertson.
Swine flu is a fear for Xavier Adibi, Chris Brown and Eugene Wilson, said Kubiak. The story from McClain.
A win is a win, says Richard Justice.
The Texans' D gets an A, says Alan Burge.
The efficient Colts rolled over the Seahawks to get to 4-0, says Phil Richards.
Despite a quad injury, Dwight Freeney was an efficient force, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts stopped the run and turned Seattle one-dimensional, says Chappell.
Peyton Manning is on his way to his fourth MVP already, says Alex Marvez.
If you are looking for premium quarterback play, look to Manning, says Clark Judge.
Edgerrin James enjoyed his homecoming trip, said Phillip B. Wilson.
Bob Kravitz’s report card.
Kravitz did an NFL-WNBA doubleheader.
John Oehser’s morning after starts with a look at the run defense over the past two weeks.
Manning found Freeney’s return inspirational, according to Oehser.
Manning thinks 4-0 is a good start, writes Oehser.
Ten things Demond Sanders saw in Seahawks-Colts. He points out the Colts' next two opponents are 0-8.
The Jaguars are hardly dead after beating the Titans, writes Michael C. Wright.
The Jaguars put on a good show beating the Titans, says Gene Frenette.
Since Mike Thomas has been playing, the Jaguars are 2-0, writes Vito Stellino.
Frenette’s report card.
A kind schedule gives the Jaguars a playoff chance, says Frenette.
How the game was won, according to Garry Smits.
The offensive line showed off its improved depth, says Stellino.
David Garrard focused on football, not on radio, says Wright.
Josh Scobee had a big impact, writes Jeff Elliott.
Be happy with this start, says Vic Ketchman.
Where do they go from here, asks Cole Pepper.
There are reasons for hope in Jacksonville, says Jay Gray.
The Jaguars were dominating, says John Baker.
Their winless mark embarrasses the Titans, writes Jim Wyatt.
David Climer says this one goes on the short stack of worst performances since the team moved to Tennessee.
Garrard picked apart the slumping Titans’ defense, says David Climer.
Jeff Fisher never thought about turning to Vince Young, writes Wyatt.
The Jaguars exposed holes in the Titans’ secondary, says Climer.
The Titans' window is closing, says Climer.
Nick Harper’s rib injury further diluted the secondary, say Wyatt and Climer.
The Titans continue to flounder, says Terry McCormick.
Keith Bulluck says the Titans are struggling to find their identity, writes McCormick.