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Reading the coverage: Crist wants Tebow

Houston Texans

“Here's a bulletin from the department of somewhat relevant information: [Gary] Kubiak is 27-33 as head coach of the Texans. That happens to be the same record Jeff Fisher had after 60 games and is two games worse than Jimmy Johnson and Bill Belichick at the same point.” Richard Justice on Kubiak.

Matt Schaub could play Sunday against Seattle, says John McClain.

Kubiak’s focus is on ending the skid, not his job security, says McClain.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts can clinch the top seed in the AFC with a win Sunday.

As defenses try to take away Reggie Wayne, other players step up, says Mike Chappell.

The winning formula for the Colts usually includes no mistakes, says Phil Richards.

Bill Polian says while Anthony Gonzalez is a bit behind schedule, the Colts are still hoping for a contribution from him, says John Oehser in a review of Polian’s radio show.

Jim Caldwell isn’t certain a team ever benefits from a loss, says Oehser.

Considering resting down the stretch with Deshawn Zombie.

Jacksonville Jaguars

From the politician stepping out of his realm department: Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has told the Jaguars he thinks they should draft Tim Tebow.

The next two likely determine the Jaguars’ playoff fate, says Vito Stellino.

“There's absolutely no excuse for there not to be a huge walk-up crowd for this game because this is practically a do-or-die playoff scenario. For the Jaguars, it's just about a play-in or play-out game for the postseason.” Gene Frenette’s column.

The Jaguars are 9,000 tickets away from a sellout and no blackout for the Miami game, says Michael C. Wright.

Previewing the Dolphins game with five questions with Derek Cox, from Wright.

The Dolphins are the team to beat in the wild-card race, says Vic Ketchman.

Tennessee Titans

Once against Vince Young, Scoop Jackson now finds himself pulling for the quarterback.

Jeff Fisher wasn’t happy with some officiating as well as his team's mistakes, says Jim Wyatt.

A penalty like Tony Brown’s is never OK according to Jeff Fisher, say Wyatt and Gary Estwick.

Cortland Finnegan lobbied for Kyle Vanden Bosch to get a new contract, says Terry McCormick.

The Titans can still hit individual goals, says Joe Biddle.

The Colts did a good job on Chris Johnson, says Biddle.