Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
The Sporting News’ midseason All-Pro Team.
Several Texans are tackling the TV and radio games, says David Barron.
A replay of John McClain’s chat.
Sport Illustrated’s cover story, where Peter King tries to get inside Peyton Manning’s helmet.
The Colts added cornerback Anthony Madison to help with depth, says Mike Chappell.
New England will mix things up, writes Phil Richards.
Dwight Freeney’s enjoying chasing a record, says Michael Marot.
Tom Brady is back to himself, says Mike Chappell.
Manning says the Patriots are as good as they’ve ever been, writes John Oehser.
A year removed from their knee injuries, Manning and Brady are ready to square off again, says Larry Hawley.
Mutual respect abounds, says Tom James.
A Q&A with Dallas Clark on the team’s Web site.
Bryan Smith will start at defensive end in front of Quentin Groves as the Jaguars continue to look for solutions up front, says Vito Stellino.
A loss to the Jets would drop the Jaguars behind a big cluster of teams fighting for playoff spots, says Michael C. Wright.
It’s a two-minute league, says Vic Ketchman.
Breaking down the offense’s struggles in the red zone, with Jonathan Loesche.
William Hayes is making strides, says Gary Estwick.
Good stuff from Chris Johnson on having a big year during a bad season, from Jim Wyatt.
Johnson had lunch with Faith Hill, says Terry McCormick.
Rod Hood’s play gives Nick Harper more recovery time, says Wyatt. With Hood playing well, does Jeff Fisher stick with his usual practice and go back to Harper when he’s ready?
Buffalo will have Trent Edwards back at quarterback.
Terrell Owens may not play against the Titans.