The Seahawks are the last team to visit Reliant Stadium and the last seven first-timers have lost, says Dale Robertson.
Gary Kubiak wants to get Arian Foster five touches and have the rookie running back give him reason for another five, says John McClain.
During Friday’s practice, Vonta Leach wore a Santa suit.
Fans are dragging, says Alan Burge.
Will it be an afternoon for the ages for the Colts? Mike Chappell looks at the possibilities.
Two head coaches, Jim Caldwell and Josh McDaniels, followed in big footsteps, says Chappell.
The defensive tackles made a big push to get better and have been a big key to the Colts’ success, says Phil Richards.
John Oehser’s pregame walk-though.
The Colts can lock it all up with a win over Denver, says Tom James.
Who to root for from the Colts’ perspective, from Deshawn Zombie.
Eyes in the backfield with 18 things to watch for in Broncos-Colts, from Zombie.
A look at everyone not named Peyton Manning who has thrown a pass for the Colts this decade, from Stampede Blue. Fun piece.
In the game of the year, the Jaguars may be playing without John Henderson, Mike Sims-Walker and Rashean Mathis, says Michael C. Wright.
The Jaguars are ignoring distractions and focused on their playoff chance, says Damon Hack.
The robust rookie class is a big part of the Jaguars’ playoff push, says Wright.
The Jaguars have not heard from anyone in Los Angeles, says Vito Stellino.
Jacksonville signed Chris Harrington, a defense end from Arizona’s practice squad, says Rich Jones.
What to watch for in Dolphins-Jaguars, from Collin Streetman.
Center of piles? Yes. Center of attention? No. A look at Stephen Tulloch from Gary Estwick.
Vince Young plans to play, says Jim Wyatt.
Wyatt breaks down Rams-Titans.
Tony Brown wasn’t fined $10,000 for his eye poke of Kyle DeVan last week, he was fined $20,000, says Wyatt.
Jacob Bell returns to LP Field as a Ram.