Reading the coverage …
Shutdown corner has Houston and Jacksonville in a list of the top five most befuddling teams.
The inconsistency is maddening, says John McClain.
It’s too early to panic, says Jerome Solomon.
Matt Schaub was not sharp, says McClain.
Based on the schedule, the worst could be yet to come, says Alan Burge.
Houston Diehards rants about the secondary.
The Colts say to expect more close games, says Mike Chappell.
Clint Session was back to himself against the Chiefs, says Phil Richards.
Monday work is light, but Anthony Gonzalez and Donald Brown were a part of it, says Richards.
Looking at the Redskins matchup with Phillip B. Wilson.
The Colts offered no update on Joseph Addai, says Wilson.
Mike Hart thinks the Colts are getting more balanced, says Mike Marot.
There was nothing wrong with the Colts’ win, but there might be something wrong with us, says Nate Dunlevy.
Coach Jack Del Rio is ticked at Mike Sims-Walker trade talk.
The Jaguars didn’t point fingers during the rough stretch, says Vito Stellino.
Del Rio’s day-after news conference.
Deji Karim gives the Jags a big boost, says Mark Long.
The AFC South appears wide open, says Vic Ketchman.
The right throws opened things up for the Titans, says Jim Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher is disappointed by his porous secondary, say John Glennon and Wyatt.
Injury news out of the Dallas game was good, says Glennon.
Michael Roos is hesitant to participate in a celebration, says Jim Wyatt.
The Titans cut down and took advantage of penalties, says David Boclair.