It was an unlucky Week 13 of the NFL season, enough to give division leaders triskaidekaphobia, as all six of them lost. Some of yesterday's developments:
* Shaking off the rust: The New York Giants had a quarterback change forced on them. Jeff Hostetler suffered a broken bone in his lower back against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and former starter Phil Simms came on to win the game, 21-14, on a 30-yard touchdown pass with 16 seconds left. Doctors said Hostetler had not suffered any paralysis.
* Not so fast: The Houston Oilers were ready to clinch the AFC Central title, but were upset by the Pittsburgh Steelers, 26-14. Oilers quarterback Warren Moon was nearly as cold as the weather -- 12 degrees with the wind-chill index. Moon was intercepted five times and fumbled once.