Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
The Texans have lost their second starting guard for the season. Mike Brisiel is out with a foot injury and Antoine Caldwell or Chris White will replace him, says John McClain.
Andre Johnson was on the bench while the Texans ran the goal line offense, says McClain.
Why can’t the Texans run? Lance Zierlein considers.
Reviewing Gary Kubiak’s day-after assessment, with Alan Burge.
A look at the team’s short-yardage woes, from Nick Scurfield at houstontexans.com.
Peyton Manning’s torrid start is great even by his standards, says Phil Richards.
Several injured players should be ready to go after the bye, writes Richards.
Bob Kravitz’s report card.
All eyes are on Manning’s left knee during the break, says Tom James.
Reasons to be pleased and a couple of concerns, from Deshawn Zombie.
How will the defense look when everyone is back? It’s one of several questions Chappell addresses.
Show up, or say goodbye, says Ron Littlepage.
Jack Del Rio has to steady a rocking ship, writes Gene Frenette.
Questions linger about the airport traffic incident involving Quentin Groves, reports Dana Treen.
Mike Sims-Walker and Groves made for Apology Monday, says Vito Stellino.
It’ll take more than apologies, says Cole Pepper.
The Seahawks looked faster, says Vic Ketchman.
Another Monday story on Jeff Fisher sticking with Kerry Collins, from Jim Wyatt.
Nick Harper is out four to six weeks, says Gary Estwick.
Jeff Fisher didn’t have a huge problem with Jevon Kearse leaving LP Field after learning he was inactive Sunday, says Terry McCormick. Why not? Doesn’t this set a terrible precedent?
Fisher believes fans have every reason to be disappointed, says Wyatt.
LenDale White is being misused, says Music City Miracles.