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Final Verdict: Sunday night's game between the Indianapolis Colts was a story of two halves.
The first half was all Houston. Case Keenum found wide receiver Andre Johnson for three touchdowns, and the Texans led 21-3 at the break.
However, after Houston head coach Gary Kubiak left the field on a stretcher after collapsing at halftime, all the wind left the Texans' sails.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck connected with T.Y. Hilton for three scores in the second half, and for the second time this season the Texans blew a big lead at home to a good team.
27-24 Colts, in an absolute backbreaker for Houston.
Most importantly, while Kubiak was taken to an area hospital, the Associated Press reports via USA Today that the 52-year-old did not suffer a heart attack and is expected to be fine.
ESPN: Colts (10-3)
CBS Sports: Colts (6-2)
Fox Sports: Colts (3-2)
USA Today: Colts (7-0)
Bleacher Report: Colts (10-2)
Overall: Colts (36-9)
There isn't a team in the NFL with a more impressive resume in 2013 than the Indianapolis Colts. Not only are the 5-2 Colts in first place in the AFC South, but they are the only team to have beaten the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.
Meanwhile, the Houston Texans are a mess. The two-time defending division champs have dropped five games in a row, and the team has now turned to second-year pro Case Keenum at quarterback.
80 percent of our panel thinks that the changing of the guard in the division will continue Sunday night.
However, Bleacher Report NFL National Lead Writer Ty Schalter smells an upset brewing.
"The Colts have been underestimating weaker opponents," Schalter wrote, "and the Texans still have a ton of talent. In Houston, in prime time? Classic trap game."