Posted by ESPN's Paul Kuharsky
Richard Justice welcomes Dunta Robinson back and says he makes everybody better.
Rex Grossman is fired up that Gary Kubiak called the backup quarterback competition even, says John McClain.
The Colts' success is usually built on a hot start and a roll as the hunted team, writes Phil Richards.
Jim Caldwell is a meticulous note taker, says Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz has the Colts going 12-4 and not losing a division game.
Five things the Colts must do to regain control of the division, from John Oehser.
Oehser’s roster analysis.
GM Gene Smith decided to go with newcomer Cade Luke McCown as the lone backup quarterback, leading Michael C. Wright to wonder about what happens if David Garrard gets hurt in the opener.
Maurice Jones-Drew is the face of the franchise, says Wright.
The Jaguars’ ticket troubles are a national story, says Vito Stellino.
Smith’s work as GM so far has been nothing if not bold, says Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
The Mike Smith connection: Brian Williams, cut by Jacksonville, signs with Atlanta.
A cutdown analysis from Jonathan Loesche.
LenDale White doesn’t regret stomping and would stomp again, he said in a discussion of the Terrible Towel controversy of 2008. Jim Wyatt and Terry McCormick both wrote it. Warped logic from White that he can buy whatever house he’s in. Unless he got a bonus I don’t know about, I’m pretty sure he couldn’t afford Heinz Field.
Chris Hope doesn’t know what to expect in his first trip back to Pittsburgh, says Gary Estwick.
Quinton Ganther’s injury was significant, says Wyatt.