Reading the coverage: Autograph approach

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Houston Texans

Gary Kubiak was disappointed with what he saw on tape against New Orleans, says John McCain.

Versatile rookie James Casey is improving, writes McClain.

The defensive line will need to be a lot better for the Texans to be good, writes Dale Robertson.

In case you're spending all your time on offense or defense: Gary Kubiak said special teams failed in all 10 categories they work at, says Alan Burge.

Good notes breaking down what did and didn't happen against the Saints, from Lance Zierlein.

Taking a look at Steve Slaton with Calvin Watkins.

Richard Justice asks, "What's Houston's smartest franchise?"

Indianapolis Colts

There is an art to giving autographs and Peyton Manning talks about his approach with Bob Kravitz.

Clint Sessions is more aerodynamic without his dreads, says Phillip B. Wilson.

Bill Polian thinks rookie contracts are "crazy," says Mike Chappell.

Looking back at Philadelphia and ahead to Detroit with John Oehser.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars will be entering a charged atmosphere in Philadelphia with Michael Vick in line to play, says Vito Stellino.

Troy Williamson is reviving his career, writes Stellino.

Fancy dresser David Garrard must regain the form that got him his big contract, says Alex Marvez.

Vic Ketchman questions my affection for Jacksonville's chocolate fountain. I stand firm. Love the thing.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans' offense needs to get moving, says Jim Wyatt.

Chris Davis' hamstring will keep him out of the Cleveland game.

David Stewart doesn't have much to say, writes Terry McCormick.

Mark Jones says this is the week we finally see him work as a returner in a game, says Wyatt.

Vince Young practiced well Sunday, connecting a lot with Bo Scaife, blogs Wyatt.

The Titans cost themselves a couple of nights off because of penalties in Dallas, says Wyatt.