Reading the coverage: Dennison deciding

Houston Texans

Offensive line coach Rick Dennison is pondering the Texans’ offer to become offensive coordinator, says John McClain. Also Houston signed John David Booty, who’d been on the Titans' practice squad.

McClain thinks Dennison is the right choice for continuity’s sake.

Ranking the team’s needs, with Lance Zierlein.

Indianapolis Colts

Playoff byes have not been favorable to the Colts, says Mike Chappell.

The Ravens are a different, better team, writes Phillip B. Wilson.

Caldwell doesn’t believe records and history are going to matter Saturday night, says John Oehser.

Bill Polian rates the Colts to be as healthy as they’ve been since the opener, says Oehser.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Michael C. Wright thinks Jack Del Rio is staying.

It’s time to end the doubt on Del Rio, says Gene Frenette.

Is this a case where fans need to be careful what they wish for? Wright thinks probably so.

Considering Wayne Weaver’s confidence in Del Rio with Big Cat Country.

The future of the Jaguars is in the hands of the fans, says Vic Ketchman.

The Jaguars are offering ticket incentives, says Rich Jones.

The team hopes the price alterations help it avoid blackouts.

Tennessee Titans

William Hayes is a key guy for the Titans with defensive line turnover a possibility, says Gary Estwick.

Former Titan GM Floyd Reese will interview with Seattle, says Terry McCormick.