Reading the coverage: Titans White accepting reduced role

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

In advance of Lions-Texans, Chiefs-Titans and the game I will be at, Colts-Packers, here's a look around the AFC South.

Houston Texans

The Texans and Lions have familiar recent histories of losing, writes Megan Manfull.

Failed quarterbacks David Carr and Joey Harrington also put the two teams on parallel tracks, says Tom Kowalski.

Charles Rogers went second in the 2003 draft, Andre Johnson third. The Texans have gotten more from Johnson, according to Kowalski.

Indianapolis Colts

Tony Dungy is 0-7 as a head coach at Lambeau Field, writes Mike Chappell.

Dominic Rhodes thinks he's better the more he plays, and with Joseph Addai out we'll see if Rhodes is right, says Chappell.

Can the Colts sustain what they did last week in a big win over Baltimore? Justin A. Cohn wants to know.

Peyton Manning and offensive coordinator Tom Moore will have their 166th game together today, says Tom Silverstein.

Jacksonville Jaguars

A bye week report card from Gene Frenette.

Tennessee Titans

LenDale White has adjusted to a reduced role for now, writes Jim Wyatt.

The offensive line has keyed the Titans' success, says Gary Estwick.

A New York perspective on Kerry Collins' third chance, by Tara Sullivan.

Fan passion is growing with the team's good results, writes Jessica Bliss.

Game at a glance, from Wyatt.