Reading the coverage…
When the Texans need a big play, they’re going to turn to Andre Johnson, says Jeffrey Martin.
Jerome Solomon looks back at the best Dallas-Houston game.
A 400-yard day by Tony Romo would put the Texans in the record book, says John McClain.
The Texans are working to beat the blitz, says McClain.
Houston is just better than the Cowboys, says Richard Justice.
This battle of Texans actually matters, says Mike Silver.
Jeff Saturday loves protecting Peyton Manning, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz dreams of a son who’s a long snapper, and gets words of wisdom from Justin Snow.
Phillip B. Wilson talks matchups.
Dwight Freeney has an issue with Sports Illustrated, writes Wilson.
Brian Dawkins plays young, says Curt Cavin.
Kavell Conner did good work filling in for Clint Session and could be needed again, says Phil Richards.
Banged up Broncos’ cover guys are hoping to play.
Adjusted line yards correlate to success, says Nate Dunlevy.
A look at all sorts of Colts' numbers from Jacob Crocker.
Derek Cox may be thinking too much, says Vito Stellino.
Stellino and Tania Ganguli analyze Eagles-Jaguars. (Video.)
Maurice Jones-Drew was limited but is OK, says Ganguli.
The defensive backfield is in a hard transition, says Vice Ketchman.
The Titans are getting big production out of inexpensive additions Jason Babin and Will Witherspoon, says John Glennon.
Cortland Finnegan will appeal a $5,000 fine for his role in a fight in the Steelers game, says Jim Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher’s looking to extend his recent mastery over Tom Coughlin, says David Boclair.
Mike Heimerdinger had a big hand in the stuff that got Vince Young benched, says Mike Tanier.
Phil Simms says playing the Titans is a slamfest, writes Glennon.
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