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Jacques Reeves broke a finger at practice, had surgery and is out this week, writes John McClain.
Game 4 features a third starting strong safety for the Texans. Welcome, Bernard Pollard, says McClain.
A replay of McClain’s chat.
Why are the Texans giving up long touchdowns? Lance Zierlein hashes it out.
If Matt Schaub was more colorful, Richard Justice’s job would be easier.
The last time the Raiders played in Houston, Kerry Collins was the starting quarterback, says Alan Burge.
Five key matchups from Battle Red Blog.
A look at the Texans' terrible defense, from Stephanie Stradley.
Edgerrin James is coming back to Indy as a Seahawk, writes Mike Chappell.
James helped show Joseph Addai the way, says John Oehser.
Adam Vinatieri takes the blame for his missed field goals, says Phil Richards.
The Colts and Seahawks are banged up, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Oehser’s big game preview.
Eighteen things to watch for from 18to88.com.
T.J. Rushing could do double duty as a returner, says Oehser.
Picks from the Star.
Young receivers put in a lot of work to get to contributor status, writes Tom James.
The Jaguars need to be more than just Jacksonville's team, opines Mark Woods.
The Jaguars are bracing for Tennessee’s ground attack, says Vito Stellino.
Support for the idea of some games in Orlando from Vic Ketchman.
Bo Scaife is hoping to provide a boost for the Titans, says Jim Wyatt,
Chris Johnson will wear some pink to support the cause, writes Wyatt.
The Titans are right to stick with Collins, writes David Climer.
Nate Washington addresses the drops, from Titans Radio.
Craig Hentrich’s injury could mean the end of his long career, says Wyatt.
Fourth-quarter woes are plaguing the Titans, says Terry McCormick.