Reading the coverage…
Ray Lewis remains the Ravens’ beacon, says Jeffrey Martin.
John McClain says Denver might covet Gary Kubiak. Considering the Texans’ season, it doesn’t seem like high aspirations.
Richard Justice wonders what Bob McNair thinks about.
On this night, Peyton Manning was Peyton Manning, says Bob Kravitz.
Manning and Pierre Garcon answered the Titans’ rally, says Phil Richards.
Garcon’s resurgence continues, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The Colts forced the issue and ran 32 times, say Mike Chappell.
Manning was at the facility watching tape on Sunday, the first time he’s ever done that, says Pete Prisco.
Manning broke out of his funk, says Thomas George.
The NFL is not about dominant victories and this was just fine, says John Oehser.
Garcon has been great lately, says Nate Dunlevy.
John Henderson is coming back to Jacksonville and talking tough, says Tania Ganguli.
Joe Cullen likes his defensive line rotation, says Vito Stellino.
Ganguli and Stellino dress up in red and talk Raiders-Jaguars. (Video.)
An extension pushed the blackout deadline to today.
It’s more misery, not late-season magic, for the Titans, says Jim Wyatt.
Just how far can the Titans sink, asks David Climer.
The defense couldn’t make a final stand, says John Glennon.
The Titans got Manning back on track, says Joe Biddle.
Jeff Fisher on Vince Young and the future. (Video.)
A return to the basics meant a productive night for Chris Johnson, says Jerome Boettcher.