Reading the coverage: Colts myths

Quality reads

The Pro Bowl needs to take the lame out of the game, says Mike Freeman.

The charade of the Pro Bowl is an NFL necessity, says Jason Cole.

Don Banks looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of the Pro Bowl.

Houston Texans

Matt Schaub continues to evolve, says Richard Justice,

Schaub and Mario Williams were the AFC’s best players in the Pro Bowl, says John McClain.

Super Bowl/ Indianapolis Colts

Excess reigns supreme at the Super Bowl, says Mike Tanier.

Alex Marvez breaks down what storylines are real at the Super Bowl.

Jimmy Johnson takes five questions on the Super Bowl.

Pete Prisco ranks the starters in the Super Bowl.

Dwight Freeney’s health is now the big Colts’ issue, says Mike Chappell.

Peter King polled some Pro Bowlers on how missing Freeney would impact the Super Bowl.

Snoring is less of an issue for the Colts this week, since guys who usually room together will be on their own, says Phil Richards.

Phillip B. Wilson’s matchup page.

Nancy Dunn’s been to all 234 Colts home games in Indy, says Will Higgins.

Antoine Bethea’s study habits allow him to play fast, says Richards.

Five myths about the Colts heading into Super Bowl week, from John Oehser.

The Colts won’t be complaining about their representation on the All-Decade team, says Oehser.

The Colts actually remain a work in progress, says Tom James.

Deshawn Zombie thinks the Colts without Freeney will have a hard time beating the Saints.

If absent, the Freeney story will be overblown, says Justin A. Cohn.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Don’t use the Pro Bowl as any kind of measuring stick for David Garrard because he faced no rush, says Vic Ketchman.

Tennessee Titans

Chris Johnson made his touches count and scored the game-winning touchdown in the Pro Bowl, writes Jim Wyatt.

Kevin Mawae finished a comeback season as a Pro Bowl captain, says Jim Wyatt.

For the Titans to win a Super Bowl, Jeff Fisher has to go, says Vince Troia.