Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Chester Pitts is out for the season after knee surgery, says John McClain. Kasey Studdard replaces the longtime left guard.
The injury puts Pitts at a career crossroads, says Alan Burge.
Brian Cushing is emerging as a solid sidekick to DeMeco Ryans, says Jerome Solomon.
Andre Johnson got to 500 catches faster than all but one receiver in history, writes Dale Robertson.
Is the win in Tennessee the start of something big or will it preview a letdown? McClain asks.
The Jaguars are a good matchup for Houston, says Lance Zierlein.
All good things that happened in Tennessee started with Matt Schaub, says Richard Justice.
The Colts offense discusses strategy during those long stints on the sideline, says Mike Chappell.
Peyton Manning low-keyed it as he set up Tiger Woods with a sideline pass in Miami, says Phil Richards.
Manning doesn’t see the Colts changing their offensive approach, writes Oehser.
Monday night ranks fifth on John Oehser’s updated list of Manning’s best comeback efforts.
The young receivers are an issue, says Deshawn Zombie.
Two rookie Jaguars receivers with Texas roots will make their NFL debuts at Reliant Stadium on Sunday, writes Vito Stellino.
The Jags officially put Troy Williamson on IR and promoted Tiquan Underwood from the practice squad, says Michael C. Wright.
Vic Ketchman: “If it’s gonna take consistent winning to fill this building, then it’s likely not going to work because losing is a fact of life in the NFL.”
Some Jags think playing looser will help, says Cole Pepper.
Chuck Cecil’s getting his first big dose of criticism and handling it, writes Jim Wyatt.
Nick Harper clarifies what he said after the Texans’ loss and says he won’t play the blame game, says Jim Wyatt.
Keith Bulluck guarantees the defense will be better, says Terry McCormick.
Skeletons depicting Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi were taken down after creating an uproar, writes Clay Travis.
Kerry Collins is quite familiar with Rex Ryan defenses, says Greg Bishop.