Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Three wins for the division, a clinched playoff spot and bye for the Titans, and a lot to sort through on the Monday after Week 14 games.
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The Texans overcame a lot and proved mentally tough during their win in Green Bay, writes John McClain.
A record day was tarnished by turnovers, says Dale Robertson.
Richard Justice thinks the Texans may very well be changing in fundamental ways.
Kris Brown nailed the 40-yard field goal as time expired, writes McClain.
Gary Kubiak's two-point gamble paid off, says McClain.
Matt Schaub gets quarterbacks an "A" in the Chronicle's report card.
Skill players and offensive linemen were sleeveless even though the temperature was in single digits at Lambeau Field, says Dale Robertson.
The Colts needed a laugher and got one with a route of Cincinnati, writes Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz's report card runs from "A" to "D-minus."
Peyton Manning and Dominic Rhodes decline to admit this one was easy, writes Mike Chappell.
The Colts stuck with two tight ends a lot, which meant only six plays for Anthony Gonzalez, who made the most of them, according to Chappell.
All was well with a defense that got Bob Sanders back but was missing Gary Brackett, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Wilson's running blog entry on the game.
Tom James' game story.
Keiwan Ratliff can't believe how far the Bengals have fallen, writes James.
Clark Judge puts Manning's MVP campaign on the list of things he likes.
The Jaguars lost their fourth straight and look like they've forgotten how to win, says Vito Stellino.
Maurice Jones-Drew was responsible for a big share of the Jaguars' offense, write Michael C. Wright.
David Garrard had a passer rating of 7.6 at the half, according to Wright.
Fred Taylor moved into 16th all-time on the rushing list, passing O.J. Simpson and Corey Dillon, says Wright.
Gene Frenette says the Jaguars were painful to watch.
Frenette's report card includes a "D" for coaching.
This can't end soon enough, says Cole Pepper.
The Titans accomplished the first of their goals, winning the division, says Jim Wyatt.
Tennessee undid three turnovers with some big plays, writes Gary Estwick.
Chris Johnson joined Earl Campbell and Eddie George as the franchise's 1,000-yard rookies backs, according to Estwick.
David Climer's quick hits on the game.
Wyatt's report card features three "As."
Penalties bogged down the Titans. Details in The Tennessean's notebook.
The Titans clinched the AFC South, writes Terry McCormick.
LenDale White missed 100 yards because his final carry was a 2-yard loss, says McCormick.