INDIANAPOLIS, IN (KTRK) -- The Texans are on top in the AFC south.
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The win today, 22-17 in Indy, breaks their three-way tie with Tennessee and Indianapolis among 6-6 teams in the underwhelming AFC South.
This win marks the first time the Texans have swept the Colts in a season.
The race for the playoffs remains predictably crowded at the dawn of the fourth quarter of this NFL season, bringing with it a complicated bundle of scenarios for the division crowns and wild-card spots available for the taking.
The Cowboys-Giants rematch on Sunday night will likely get the biggest ratings, but Dallas has a three-game lead in the NFC East and New York leads the wild-card pack.
The Texans beat the Colts earlier this season. The Titans will have their hands full on Sunday with Denver. The defending Super Bowl champion Broncos are in third place in the AFC West, trying to stay ahead in the wild-card race.