Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Andre Johnson showed he has spunk to go with his talent, says John McClain.
Gary Kubiak is preparing his team for noise home or away, writes Dale Robertson.
Chester Pitts vows to help his replacement, Kasey Studdard, says McClain.
The Texans intend to stand up when challenged, says Robertson.
The numbers may not show it, but running still matters, says Bob Kravitz.
Tony Dungy’s moved on gracefully, says Phil Richards.
A look at Larry Fitzgerald as the Colts prepare to defend him, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Desert heat shouldn’t be an issue Sunday evening, says Mike Chappell.
A look at linebacker depth, secondary injuries and the Joseph Addai-Donald Brown debate, from John Oehser.
Dwight Freeney says he’s got to get to Kurt Warner, writes Tom James.
Chappell takes questions on Hank Baskett, Addai and Tim Jennings.
Andre Johnson is another tall task for the Jaguars, says Michael C. Wright.
Dirk Koetter is seeking explosive plays, says Vito Stellino.
Going to a football game is not an obligation, says Vic Ketchman, hitting a bull’s-eye.
Bigcatcountry.com previews the game.
Ahmard Hall is not a big fan of Bart Scott, writes Jim Wyatt.
The Titans won’t say it but they miss Albert Haynesworth, writes David Climer.
The Titans aren’t falling for the lure of the Wildcat, says Gary Estwick.
Chris Johnson’s got shoes heading for the Hall of Fame, says Terry McCormick.
Phillip B. Wilson looks at playoff possibilities for 0-2 teams, starting with the Titans.