Reading the coverage …
Pete Prisco’s division preview.
A fan’s guide to the NFL labor situation, from Mike Silver.
John Clayton rates Sunday’s game as a must-win.
Antoine Caldwell will start but Mike Brisiel is going to get time, says Dale Robertson.
It’s time for Mario Williams to justify his status and to harass Peyton Manning, says Jerome Solomon.
The Texans are doing well in tough economic times, says John McClain.
A loss this week but a playoff season, predicts Lance Zierlein.
The Texans are determined to cut into the Colts’ dominance, says Phil Richards.
Matt Schaub’s looking for different numbers, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The offensive line is reason for concern for the Texans, writes Bob Kravitz.
Joseph Addai has had his best games against Houston, says Mike Chappell.
Jerraud Powers spoke with Wilson.
Joe Reitz is thrilled to be with his hometown team, says Chappell.
Gary Brackett was ready for a career in finance, says Chappell.
Will the Colts have to rally from a big deficit as they did in recent games against the Texans? John Oehser ponders.
Tony Ugoh was not a bust, says Nate Dunlevy.
Sean Considine is the Jaguars' last line of defense, says Vito Stellino.
Younger guys like Rashad Jennings, Mike Thomas, Jarett Dillard and Zach Miller are winning Dirk Koetter’s confidence, says Tania Ganguli.
No more weather talk, pleads Vic Ketchman.
Marc Mariani beat the odds to become the Titans' return man, writes David Climer.
Will Witherspoon is mourning the loss of his mom, says Jim Wyatt.
Kevin Mawae will announce his retirement on Friday, says Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher is hush-hush about his second starting cornerback, says Wyatt.
Look for the Titans to look away from Nnamdi Asomugha, says David Boclair.