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Reading the coverage: Bullitt a bargain

Brian Burke’s win probabilities favor all four AFC South teams Sunday.

Houston Texans

Matt Schaub will play with a brace on his left, non-throwing shoulder, says Dale Robertson.

Richard Justice likes Schaub’s toughness.

A replay of John McClain’s chat.

Matt Hasselbeck is probable for Sunday’s game against the Texans.

Steve Slaton is the fourth offensive starter lost, says Alan Burge.

“[Gary] Kubiak is still making the same mistakes he made in his first season. If he's not going to get any better at his job, then why should he be kept around to drag the team down?” John Royal’s column.

Indianapolis Colts

Phil Wilson’s matchup page.

Rookie Curtis Painter is now the No. 2 quarterback, says Phil Richards.

John Oehser’s “Magnificent Seven” column says the O-line deserves credit.

Dwight Freeney buys into the rest philosophy, says Oehser.

Melvin Bullitt ranks as one of the league’s biggest bargains, says Alex Marvez.

The case for Peyton Manning as MVP from Stampede Blue.

Mike Chappell doesn’t see changes coming at returner.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The running game is in a three-game slump, says Vito Stellino.

Justin Durant was AFC defensive player of the week, says Michael C. Wright.

What is making everyone so angry? Vic Ketchman wants to know.

Tennessee Titans

Kevin Mawae plans to play in 2010, says Jim Wyatt.

Titans veteran free agents to-be face uncertain futures, say Terry McCormick.

Jason Jones has shoulder surgery and is finished for the season, says Wyatt. Read between the lines on Jeff Fisher’s comments. Sounds like he thought Jones could have and should have toughed it out.

Justin Gage is expected back, writes Wyatt.

LenDale White is ready to move on, says Wyatt.

Chris Johnson is also challenging Marshall Faulk’s scrimmage yards record, says Wyatt.