Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
With Steelers-Titans just over 24 hours away, here's some reading to help you pass the time.
Jerome Solomon says the Texans are relaxed, perhaps too relaxed, and confident, perhaps overconfident.
The Texans offensive line hopes to stick together beyond 16 games, writes Megan Manfull.
Linebacker DeMeco Ryans and tight end Owen Daniels are first alternates for the Pro Bowl, the Chronicle reports.
The Colts are the first team in NFL history to win three games on the road in one season after trailing by at least 14 points and joined the 1983 Dallas Cowboys as the only teams to win four road games after trailing by at least 10 points, reports Mike Chappell.
Tony Dungy will rest anyone who's nicked against Tennessee, says Chappell.
Bob Kravitz's report card for Thursday night's game.
Another remarkable milestone for Tony Dungy, writes Michael Marot.
The strength and conditioning staff is being fired, reports Michael C. Wright.
Playing less conservatively on offense the last two weeks has helped the Jags, says Wright.
Mike Peterson paid tribute to his longtime home field in what was his last game there as a Jaguar, writes Jim Nasella.
How will the Titans run against the Steelers' smothering defense, asks Jessica Bliss.
A Steelers-Titans preview from Jim Wyatt.
Joe Biddle says the intensity level should be off the charts.
Chris Hope has fond memories of being a Steeler, says Gary Estwick.
Albert Haynesworth echoes his coach and says he'll be back for the playoffs, writes Estwick.
Jacob Ford's recent play has matched his loud wardrobe, says Jim Wyatt.
The Titans promoted defensive tackle Amon Gordon from the practice squad and put cornerback Cary Williams on injured reserve, reports Wyatt.