Colts 31 - Jaguars 24
The early AP article contains the single most inappropriate segue in history:
"It was incredible," said Collier, who left the field amid chants of his name and a standing ovation. "It was real amazing. The crowd was going. I got chills. I've still got chills. It's amazing, it really is."
So was Manning's performance.
Kuharsky has a BRILLIANT article about Manning channeling his inner Baugh.
Kravitz jumps on the MVP train. Now we know it's obvious.
Prisco says Manning's performance was decisive.
For what's its worth (not much) Mike and Mike's Mike Greenberg said this morning that the MVP race is over while co-host Mike Golic thinks AP and Turner still have a shot. Guess we know which of the two bothered to watch last night's game.
Mike Sando, of the ESPN bloggers, thinks, "Gee. Maybe I was wrong."
Greg Garber gives two defensive players who merit MVP consideration. See that's exactly the problem, Greg.
Jason Cole and Bill Polian wonder if the fact that the game was on the NFL Network hurts Manning's chances. Also, note that Tony Dungy clarifies his previous James Harrison for MVP stance.