Reading the coverage from Indianapolis ...
The guide to the game from John McClain of the Houston Chronicle: Quarterbacks and the play of their lines will be key in Texans at Broncos.
He’s changed uniforms, but Peyton Manning will be trying to extend his success against the Texans, says Dale Robertson of the Chronicle.
Randy Harvey of the Chronicle tells us why the Texans' season could actually hinge on today’s game.
The matchup of Champ Bailey on Andre Johnson will be a highlight, says Tania Ganguli of the Chronicle.
What's imperative for Andrew Luck on the move is that he knows when enough is enough and end plays safely, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
The route to success in the NFL typically includes a high draft pick spent on a quarterback, says Chappell.
Edgerrin James was a one-man wrecking crew in a one-back offense for the Colts, write Chappell.
Running through the injury report with Phillip B. Wilson of the Star.
Chad Henne will be ready at any time the Jaguars may need to turn to their No. 2 quarterback, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
If they don’t beat the Colts, their medical hardships are not going to overshadow a 0-3 record, says Gene Frenette of the Times-Union.
A game-day breakdown from O’Halloran.
O’Halloran’s weekly predictions include a passer rating of 87.4 for Blaine Gabbert and 94 rushing yard for Maurice Jones-Drew.
The Titans finally have their quartet of quality receivers healthy and ready to play together today against the Detroit Lions, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.
The Tennessean’s breakdown of the game, with picks from their three guys. Two think the Titans produce an upset.
Safety Jordan Babineaux isn’t sulking over his demotion, says Jim Wyatt. But it remains a head-scratcher for many. Me included.