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Nnamdi Asomugha against Andre Johnson is as good a matchup as you can get, says John McClain.
Richard Justice: Time for someone on defense to step up.
Jacques Reeves’ hand injury could keep him out Sunday.
The Raiders are a mess, but Texans fans should be worried, said Alan Burge.
Roster moves following Chaun Thompson’s injury, from Mark Berman.
Dwight Freeney claims he’s a fast healer, says Mike Chappell.
Michael Lombardi wonders what Peyton Manning is worth now.
The Colts can blow you out or win a close one, says Phil Richards.
John Oehser considers Reggie Wayne, the possibility of the Colts leading the division wire to wire and Kyle DeVan’s push for the right guard job.
The Seahawks are likely to be without Matt Hasselbeck and Walter Jones.
Philip Wheeler could be part of the plan to fill in for Freeney, says Oehser.
Peyton Manning discusses how important Edgerrin James was to the Colts as the running back prepares to return as a member of the Seahawks, writes Oehser.
Wayne Weaver on the possibility of playing some in Orlando: "I still believe [the Jacksonville] market is a great NFL market and will be a great NFL market. I don't see this as an opportunity to go play half our games somewhere else. Absolutely not. I see it as an opportunity to play some out-of-market games and develop a market that's close by if the opportunity is right.” Vito Stellino’s story.
Mike Thomas is a small guy capable of big plays, writes Stellino.
Maurice Jones-Drew is the AFC offensive player of the week, says Michael C. Wright.
Vic Ketchman thinks the Titans are a good team that’s found ways to lose.
Mark Jones is back to work as the returner, writes Jim Wyatt.
Keith Bulluck says the Titans need a killer instinct, says Terry McCormick.
Injuries have accelerated the timetables for rookie cornerbacks Jason McCourty and Ryan Mouton, says Gary Estwick.
Jeff Fisher is joking around and Pacman Jones isn’t coming back, writes Jim Wyatt.
Even after cutting him, Fisher says he’s not giving up on Chris Henry, blogs Wyatt. Why on earth not?
Kevin Kaesviharn is familiar with the defense. Audio from Titans Radio.