Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Gary Kubiak says playing at Indy is the Texans’ No. 1 challenge but they are all big now, says John McClain.
The Texans' defense has made significant improvements, writes McClain.
The Texans are in one of the week’s biggest games, says Pete Prisco.
McClain’s midseason report card.
Matt Schaub rates as one of Clifton Brown’s five guys who have lifted their teams by lifting their games.
A breakdown of a 14-yard gain by Ryan Moats, from Lance Zierlein.
What’s the story with Steve Slaton? Stephanie Stradley considers.
Considering Slaton versus Moats, from Mike Kerns.
Antoine Bethea is playing his best football yet, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Manning getting some rest last Friday and not playing as well as he has on Sunday against San Francisco is nothing to get worked up about, says John Oehser.
A breakdown of five drives that sputtered against the 49ers, courtesy of Deshawn Zombie.
Texans-Colts will be a two-way test, says Matt Snyder.
Blame the staff, not David Garrard, for the audible issues, blogs Michael C. Wright.
A Q&A with Terrance Knighton, who likes the nickname “Pot Roast.”
Denver and Jacksonville as underdogs were the right calls, says Vito Stellino.
Sometimes progress is being made but it’s difficult to see, says Vic Ketchman.
Seven games in it feels like last season, says Jonathan Loesche.
How much longer will Jeff Fisher be Bud Adams’ guy? David Climer examines the relationship.
The Titans brought back Chris Davis, the receiver and return man, cutting Cary Williams to make room, says Jim Wyatt.
Kevin Mawae and Albert Haynesworth were named in a poll about the league’s dirtiest players, says Terry McCormick.
Titans Radio previews the 49ers game.
The 49ers are banged up.
Five things Wyatt knows about the Titans, including that Vince Young will have to do more.