Reading the coverage …
With DeMeco Ryans out, Brian Cushing is moving to the middle, says John McClain.
The Texans made some roster moves to bolster defensive depth, says McClain.
The Patriots benefited from the bad luck of former Texans kicker Kris Brown, says Jerome Solomon.
Battle Red Blog takes stock of Gary Kubiak’s season so far.
Anthony Gonzalez feels good and says he’s expecting to be ready to play, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz wonders about Pat McAfee’s punishment.
The Colts' offensive line is improving, says Nate Dunlevy.
Assessing the injury situation with Brett Mock.
David Garrard expects to play Sunday in Dallas, says Vito Stellino.
Jack Del Rio has the resolve to turn things around, says Stellino.
Video of Del Rio’s press conference.
The Jaguars made a wrong turn at the crossroads, says Vic Ketchman.
The Jaguars' defense is a special kind of bad, says Alfie Crow.
In Andrew Hofheimer's five points, he looks at how Don Carey and Courtney Green have played as safeties.
Vince Young’s status remains day-to-day, says John Glennon.
Jeff Fisher’s gathering facts included a trip to the club when Kenny Britt was accused of being part of a fight, say Jim Wyatt and John Glennon.
David Thornton is unlikely to be coming off PUP, says Glennon.
Details on Kerry Collins’ finger, courtesy of Glennon.
Four plays at a time are no sweat for the Titans' defensive line, says David Boclair.
Field position has keyed the Titans' offensive success, says Tom Gower.
Three reasons to be happy and three reasons not to be, from Terry McCormick.