Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
The league is on pace for 36 percent more roughing the passer penalties, says Phil Richards.
Matt Schaub is more road warrior than road worrier these days, writes Dale Robertson.
Schaub doesn’t like to talk about himself, but if he keeps up his play he’s going to get a lot of attention, says Pete Prisco.
The Texans have concerns about Steve Slaton’s ball security.
Forbes Traveler says the Texans have the NFL’s best tailgating, says David Barron.
Andre Johnson’s recovery is going well, says Robertson.
The Texans are actually in the playoff conversation, says Richard Justice.
It’s early, but what kind of pace in Schaub on? Nick Scurfield of the team’s Web site considers.
Tom Brady rates Dwight Freeney as the most intimidating player he faces, says Richards.
Phillip B. Wilson’s matchup page.
Bob Sanders didn’t think he was very good in his debut, says Mike Chappell.
In John Oehser’s game preview, he wonders if the 2009 class could wind up being Bill Polian’s best draft class.
Sixteen in a row wouldn’t equate to 16-0, writes Larry Hawley.
Freeney explains his sack celebration, from Wilson.
Mike Chappell takes questions.
A win would put the Colts at 7-0 for the fourth time in the last five years.
Dirk Koetter is looking to mix it up against the Titans, writes Vito Stellino.
The Jags are ready to face Vince Young, says Michael C. Wright.
A simpler rulebook that’s easier to enforce is on Vic Ketchman’s wish list.
The Titans will start Young, says Jim Wyatt, who’d reported the change was coming.
Kerry Collins is the consummate pro, writes David Climer.
Young takes over as the Titans line up for three winnable games, says JJ Cooper.
John McClain chimes in on the Young situation.
There will be no third chance for Vince Young, says Michael Lombardi.
Audio of Jeff Fisher on the decision, from Titans Radio.
Return man Mark Jones is in doubt with a hamstring injury and the Titans could sign someone for Sunday, says Terry McCormick.
Keith Bulluck and LenDale White took a shot at erasing any bad karma from the Terrible Towel, says Wyatt.