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John McClain says Sunday's game against Baltimore ranks as the biggest of Gary Kubiak's career and maybe in Texans history.
The Ravens' defense will cause a whole new set of problems for the Texans, says Megan Manfull.
David Anderson ranks ahead of Andre' Davis as the No. 3 receiver, Manfull reports.
In his chat transcript, McClain says one more bad game for Matt Schaub and he'd turn to Sage Rosenfels.
Phillip B. Wilson's blog includes detailed observations from a second watching of the loss to the Bears.
Colts.com's weekly chat with Tony Dungy includes thoughts on former Indy assistant Leslie Frazier, who's now Minnesota's defensive coordinator.
The Jaguars added some veteran offensive linemen in order to have healthy backups, Vito Stellino writes.
John Henderson ponders Marcus Stroud's return with Buffalo in a Q&A with Michael C. Wright.
Stellino looks at the state of the AFC's favorites.
Police say Richard Collier was targeted when he was shot.
Cole Pepper expects guard Maurice Williams to join Vince Manuwai on IR.
On Monday, Vince Young told those close to him he didn't want to play football anymore and his mom says he's "hurting inside and out," reports Jim Wyatt. Young's crazy day included a talk with a psychologist.
David Climer says "we have a real problem in the works here -- something that might be fixable or something that might not." He's on target.
"Vince Young is either a spoiled brat, a troubled young man or some combination of the two," writes Richard Justice. Wow, you know things are bad when you find something critical of Young from Texas.
Wyatt blogs that Young could be out longer than the knee injury takes to heal.
Cortland Finnegan is worthy of a mention after being named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after two interceptions and seven tackles in the win over Jacksonville.