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How bad are the Texans? John McClain and N.D. Kalu discuss it in this video.
There is something admirable about the way Gary Kubiak sticks to his core beliefs, says Richard Justice.
The Colts are wary of New England return man Brandon Tate, says Phil Richards.
Jerraud Powers wants to keep pace with Kelvin Hayden when it comes to interceptions, says Mike Chappell.
Philip B. Wilson was surprised that Bill Polian emphasized that this is only one game.
The Colts and the Patriots both make the argument that they are the team of the decade, says Michael Marot.
It’s the 13th time for Peyton Manning versus Tom Brady.
Reggie Wayne missed practice and Austin Collie was limited, says John Oehser.
What Manning does and how to beat it, from Scott Bolander. I’m late to this excellent read. Give yourself some time with it.
Zach Miller is finding his place in the offense, says Tania Ganguli.
Mike Thomas will have a Hall of Fame presence, says Vito Stellino.
Joe Haden of the Browns thought about the Jaguars on a key play, says Ganguli.
Rashean Mathis needs to play better, says Vic Ketchman.
The Browns won’t beat up the Jaguars like they did last year, says Terrance Knighton. From Matt Loede.
A Q&A with Derek Cox from Alex Heacock.
Vince Young defended his toughness, says Jim Wyatt.
Albert Haynesworth said he will always be a Titan at heart, says Wyatt.
Rusty Smith hopes to earn the Titans’ trust, says Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher regrets letting LeGarrette Blount make it to Tampa Bay, says John Glennon.
The Titans know they’ll lose to Haynesworth if they try to go one-on-one with him, says David Boclair.