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The Colts rank third, the Jaguars rank last in these social media standings.
The defense has been so bad it’s spoiled the winning record for some players, says John McClain.
The Texans looked at some defensive tackles, says McClain.
What they are saying about helmet hits.
Details on Joseph Addai’s injury, from Phillip B. Wilson.
Phil Richards has updates on injuries to Dallas Clark and Addai.
“Here's my question: If this was [Pat] McAfee's first offense -- and we have no real way of knowing that -- why suspend him and do nothing to [Fili] Moala and others who have been charged with driving under the influence?” Bob Kravitz asks some good questions.
The Colts won’t change their ways, says Richards.
A nice look at Pat Angerer’s work from Doug Farrar.
When Dallas Clark last missed significant time, he was a supplementary guy, says John Oehser.
With Clark out, the offense could be a lot more interesting, says Nate Dunlevy.
The 911 call and the police report connected to Pat McAfee are in this story, from Jeremy Brilliant. (Hat tip to Stampede Blue.)
It might be Todd Bouman’s turn to start at quarterback for the Jaguars, says Vito Stellino.
I have always liked Jack Del Rio’s candor, but it felt like he threw offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter under the bus in this notebook from Tania Ganguli.
ESPN never asked Del Rio to call timeouts, says Gene Frenette.
Eleven people were arrested at the Titans-Jaguars game, says Larry Hannan.
David Garrard is doing better according to his agent, says Ganguli.
Tyson Alualu makes Matt Williamson’s rookie watch.
Vic Ketchman believes it was a simple case of the better team winning.
The Titans continue to monitor Vince Young after he and Kerry Collins (finger) sat out a light, short practice Wednesday, says Jim Wyatt.
The Titans won’t rush Jason McCourty back, says Wyatt. They shouldn’t, as Alterraun Verner is playing so well.
Five things Wyatt knows about the Titans.
Drag and drop to rate the Titans coaches and players here.
The Eagles will bring an array of weapons, says John Glennon.
Player safety is nice, but at what price? Bob McClellan examines.