Reading the coverage …
Jerome Solomon says the Texans have reached the pivotal point in their season. I say that point has already come and gone.
Houston’s given up 13 pass plays over 40 yards, says Dale Robertson.
The Texans’ offense has not been effective enough in the first half, says John McClain.
Doing a couple of key things really well can be enough, says Richard Justice.
Rusty Smith couldn’t ask for a better opportunity, says Alan Burge.
The Colts continue to scramble to fill injury holes in the defensive backfield, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Peyton Manning is a runaway leader in Pro Bowl voting so far.
Wilson looks at the matchup against the Chargers.
A late look at Bill Polian’s radio show transcript.
The defense is much different at home and on the road, says Nate Dunlevy.
Where does the Colts’ offense go from here?
Jeremy Mincey is making his move, says Tania Ganguli.
The ascending Jaguars are in the playoff hunt, says Vito Stellino.
Mike Sims-Walker could be out again, says Ganguli.
Peter King puts Maurice Jones-Drew with Michael Vick as his most feared runners in the open field.
A Navy pilot scored a hit with an on-field reunion, says Bridget Murphy.
Jonathan Loesche wonders if 10-6 could win the division.
The Titans didn’t want Vince Young around on Monday, says Jim Wyatt.
The Jeff Fisher-Young feud has polarized the Titans' fan base like nothing else in the 13 years since this franchise hit Tennessee turf, says David Climer.
The Titans activated David Thornton and cut Ryan Durand, say Wyatt.
A love triangle won’t work, says Alex Marvez.
The Titans are going in reverse and getting younger at quarterback, says David Boclair.