RTC: A look at injury report expectations

Reading the coverage …

Which teams have deviated most from injury report expectations? Bill Barnwell with an interesting evaluation.

Who offers the best fantasy advice? David Kim evaluates.

Houston Texans

Gary Kubiak got what he wanted out of the Texans, says Richard Justice.

The Texans took last week’s lessons and dominated Dallas defensively, says Dale Robertson.

Jordan Godwin on kickers, Duane Brown, Connor Barwin and Amobi Okoye.

The run game was very good, says Jeffrey Martin.

Commercial endorsements are going to boost Andre Johnson’s national profile, says John McClain.

Former Texans Jeff Zgonina is looking for one more season, says Alex Marvez.

Indianapolis Colts

Gary Brackett’s hand injury came from a hit by Philip Wheeler’s helmet. But Brackett should be fine for the opener, says Mike Chappell.

Bill Polian said the umpire relocation is a work in progress, says Chappell.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The starters were inconsistent, the backups pulled out the win, says Vito Stellino.

The Jaguars stalled repeatedly in the red zone, says Tania Ganguli.

The Times-Union notebook on Marcedes Lewis’ ankle and the starting linebackers sitting out.

The Jaguars were better, but David Garrard still flirts with danger, says Gene Frenette.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans erased the good vibes of their first two preseason games with a dreadful half of offensive football against the Panthers on Saturday night, writes Jim Wyatt.

Damian Williams hurt his bid to be the return man, says Wyatt.

Derrick Morgan got close a few times in his first action, says Wyatt.

Michael Roos strained a knee, and other injury developments from Wyatt.