Reading the coverage…
Ross Tucker looks at the downside of the quick quarterback hooks such as the ones Vince Young and David Garrard got.
Just three AFC Southies in Mike Sando’s MVP Watch this week.
Coaches are at fault for their lifestyles, says Mike Freeman. I absolutely agree.
If we accept the supplement explanation, Jerome Solomon has an answer for Duane Brown: If you don’t know what you’re taking, don’t take it.
The Texans now try to plug a big gap with Rashad Butler, says John McClain.
Brown’s not the first and won’t be the last, says Richard Justice.
A Texans-Cowboys rivalry is a figment of fans' imaginations, says McClain.
A category where Andre Johnson’s on Jerry Rice’s heels, from Matt Willis.
Icing kickers with timeouts is a cold reality that's likely here to stay, says Steve Wyche.
Apparel sales are up, says Ronnie Crocker.
What’s Brian Cushing up to? McClain takes a look.
Andre Johnson responds to DeAngelo Hall’s comments, from Alan Burge.
Fili Moala is progressing, says Curt Cavin.
Brandon Jacobs’ helmet toss Sunday night at Lucas Oil Stadium cost him a $10,000 fine.
Previewing the Denver game with Phillip B. Wilson.
The Colts have usually played well in Denver, where altitude isn’t an issue for them, says John Oehser.
The Colts should stay committed to running it and use Anthony Gonzalez on punt returns when he’s healthy, says Robert Itoh.
Mike Sims-Walker got a lot more action in the Jaguars’ second game, says Tania Ganguli.
Andy Reid’s decision to start Mike Vick will give a boost to Jaguars’ ticket sales, says Gene Frenette.
Progress isn’t always incremental, says Vic Ketchman.
Quality observations out of the San Diego game from Andre Hofheimer.
Five things Jim Wyatt knows about the Titans.
The quarterback switch was the Titans’ only shot, says David Climer.
Wyatt expects William Hayes and Jacob Ford to trade spots this week.
Young did his best to fill in for Steve McNair with the McNair kids last week, says Wyatt.
Hayes will bring more muscle, says David Boclair.