Which team will win the National League?

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NFL Week 9 -- Colts at Texans

Two 2012 playoff teams from the AFC South, battling once again for division ... oh, wait. This isn't what we expected. Sure, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts have lived up to -- surpassed, even -- expectations. But then there are the Houston Texans and their well-documented issues, which led them to choose Case Keenum over a healthy Matt Schaub at quarterback this week. Can Houston steal one from the seemingly locks-to-win-the-division Colts? Indy is missing Reggie Wayne, after all.

Which team will win Sunday's game at Houston?

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  • The Colts are third in the latest ESPN Power Rankings. What do you make of this?

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  • Are the Colts legit Super Bowl contenders with Reggie Wayne out for the season?

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  • Assuming they make the playoffs, how far will the Colts go this season?

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  • Trent Richardson is averaging 3.0 yards per carry this season and 3.4 for his career. Will he become an elite running back?

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  • Who should start for the Texans when both are healthy?

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  • Will Matt Schaub ever start a game for the Texans again?

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  • How many games will the Texans (2-5) win this season?

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  • Will Gary Kubiak coach the Texans in 2014?

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