The Texans weren’t in the playoffs in large part because of the Colts and Jets, says Jerome Solomon.
Watching the East-West Shrine game while thinking about fits for the Texans with Alan Burge.
Another Lombardi trophy is tantalizingly close, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts have been given (and earned) a perfect opportunity to put the proper exclamation point on a remarkable decade, says Bob Kravitz.
Reggie Wayne relishes the rematch with Darrelle Revis, writes Chappell.
Revis expects to move around a lot, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Missing the playoffs last year gives Gary Brackett an added sense of urgency, says Chappell.
The Colts aren’t worried about their run game, says Chappell.
Phil Richards talked with Bill Polian.
It’s pressure time for kickers, says Curt Cavin.
A few former Colts are now part of the Jets, says Wilson.
Wilson’s final pregame thoughts.
The mindset is the same and the focus is narrow, says Jim Caldwell in this preview from John Oehser.
Caldwell and Rex Ryan are far from inexperienced, says Tom James.
Rick Gosselin’s preview. He likes the Colts.
So does R.J. White.
A lack of a good running game hasn’t hurt the Colts, says Lee Jenkins.
Hitting Peyton Manning is the key for the Jets, says Damon Hack.
In some ways, the Jets look like a champion, says the Fifth Down Blog.
The red zone will be a big key, says Stampede Blue.
Deshawn Zombie considers who the Colts would rather see if they’re in the Super Bowl.
Matt Stover understands why kickers are 0-for-5 against the Jets in the playoffs, says Nancy Gay.
The title teams should give the Jaguars hope, says Gene Frenette.
Hiring Joe Cullen could be worth the risk, says Frenette.
Gaines Adams death’ prompted Jovan Haye to go to the doctor, says Jim Wyatt.
Stephen Tulloch breaks down Sunday’s games.
Five Titans have had surgeries, reports Wyatt.
Tim Tebow is training near Nashville, says Wyatt.