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Colts head coach Chuck Pagano high fives fans after Indianapolis’ victory over Houston on Sunday. Pagano returned to the sideline after a season-long fight with cancer and has become an inspiration for the Colts all season. (MSA/Icon SMI)

KING MMQB: Andy Reid, Adrian Peterson and other Week 17 thoughts

Colts head coach Chuck Pagano high fives fans after Indianapolis’ victory over Houston on Sunday. Pagano returned to the sideline after a season-long fight with cancer and has become an inspiration for the Colts all season. (MSA/Icon SMI)
KING MMQB: Andy Reid, Adrian Peterson and other Week 17 thoughts

Tom Brady celebrates after running for a first down during the third quarter of Monday’s Texans-Patriots game. Brady threw four touchdown passes as New England won in a route, 42-14. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) 

BANKS: Patriots deliver message with dominating win
GALLERY: Rare Photos of Tom Brady

Tom Brady celebrates after running for a first down during the third quarter of Monday’s Texans-Patriots game. Brady threw four touchdown passes as New England won in a route, 42-14. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) 
BANKS: Patriots deliver message with dominating winGALLERY: Rare Photos of Tom Brady

Jordy Nelson and Tom Crabtree had plenty to celebrate last night after the Packers pounded the previously undefeated Texans 42-24. Nelson caught three touchdown catches as the Packers improved their record to 3-3. (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

BURKE: Packers silence critics with dominant victory
KING MMQB: Observations and thoughts from Week 6

Jordy Nelson and Tom Crabtree had plenty to celebrate last night after the Packers pounded the previously undefeated Texans 42-24. Nelson caught three touchdown catches as the Packers improved their record to 3-3. (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
BURKE: Packers silence critics with dominant victoryKING MMQB: Observations and thoughts from Week 6

Giants QB Eli Manning releases the ball just as Texans DL Mario Williams comes in for a tackle. According to Peter King’s latest Monday Morning Quarterback, the Bills sold 1,600 new season tickets within the first two days of acquiring Williams. For comaprison, the team sold only 1,273 the first week after Drew Bledsoe joined the team in 2002. (John Iacono/SI)

KING MMQB: With owner’s meetings over, the focus is on the NFL Draft
VIDEO: Top five QBs in the draft | Running Backs | WR/TEs | O-Line 

Giants QB Eli Manning releases the ball just as Texans DL Mario Williams comes in for a tackle. According to Peter King’s latest Monday Morning Quarterback, the Bills sold 1,600 new season tickets within the first two days of acquiring Williams. For comaprison, the team sold only 1,273 the first week after Drew Bledsoe joined the team in 2002. (John Iacono/SI)
KING MMQB: With owner’s meetings over, the focus is on the NFL DraftVIDEO: Top five QBs in the draft | Running Backs | WR/TEs | O-Line 

Texans DL Mario Williams crushes Giants QB Eli Manning during a 2006 game. Houston has a major decision to make as it will cost the team nearly $23 million to keep him on the roster next season, says SI.com’s Chris Burke. (John Iacono/SI)

BURKE: Free agency primer - AFC South | AFC North
BANKS: Ten questions that will dictate the offseason
GALLERY: Forte among top unrestricted free agents

Texans DL Mario Williams crushes Giants QB Eli Manning during a 2006 game. Houston has a major decision to make as it will cost the team nearly $23 million to keep him on the roster next season, says SI.com’s Chris Burke. (John Iacono/SI)
BURKE: Free agency primer - AFC South | AFC NorthBANKS: Ten questions that will dictate the offseasonGALLERY: Forte among top unrestricted free agents

Ed Reed tumbles to intercept a fourth quarter pass by T.J. Yates and secure a Ravens victory over the Texans. Baltimore held on for a 20-13 victory and will face New England next Sunday in Foxboro. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) 

KING: Red-hot Patriots, Brady look better than ever
VIDEO: Fast start by Pats is too much for Broncos


Ed Reed tumbles to intercept a fourth quarter pass by T.J. Yates and secure a Ravens victory over the Texans. Baltimore held on for a 20-13 victory and will face New England next Sunday in Foxboro. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) 
KING: Red-hot Patriots, Brady look better than everVIDEO: Fast start by Pats is too much for Broncos

Arian Foster shows off his Heisman pose during Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. A week after a season-ending injury to quarterback Matt Schaub, Houston lost Schaub’s backup, Matt Leinart, to a broken collarbone. The Texans will carry on with third-string quarterback T.J. Yates. (Bill Frakes/SI)

KING MMQB: Can Houston make a playoff run with T.J. Yates?
BANKS: Texans will make the playoffs, but that’s about it
VIDEO: Even at 8-3, Patriots are still not a complete team

Arian Foster shows off his Heisman pose during Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. A week after a season-ending injury to quarterback Matt Schaub, Houston lost Schaub’s backup, Matt Leinart, to a broken collarbone. The Texans will carry on with third-string quarterback T.J. Yates. (Bill Frakes/SI)
KING MMQB: Can Houston make a playoff run with T.J. Yates?BANKS: Texans will make the playoffs, but that’s about itVIDEO: Even at 8-3, Patriots are still not a complete team

Texans linebacker Brian Cushing is fired up after being hit by Browns guard Shawn Lauvao in the second quarter of Sunday’s game. Lauvao was called for a personal foul as Houston rolled by Cleveland, 30-12. (AP/David J. Phillip)

KING MMQB: Eli has been great but Aaron Rodgers is eyeing history
BANKS: The Jets revival on D, the Giants’ gutsy victory and more
BURKE: Flacco redeems himself with stellar performance against Steelers
VIDEO: Giants make major statement | Tebow steps up for Broncos

Texans linebacker Brian Cushing is fired up after being hit by Browns guard Shawn Lauvao in the second quarter of Sunday’s game. Lauvao was called for a personal foul as Houston rolled by Cleveland, 30-12. (AP/David J. Phillip)
KING MMQB: Eli has been great but Aaron Rodgers is eyeing historyBANKS: The Jets revival on D, the Giants’ gutsy victory and moreBURKE: Flacco redeems himself with stellar performance against SteelersVIDEO: Giants make major statement | Tebow steps up for Broncos