Reading the coverage: Jerry Jones takes shot at Texans

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

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Houston Texans

  • Andre Johnson provides a commanding voice for the Texans, says Richard Justice. I agree he should be getting the ball more, but I'd prefer commanding hands right now. I'll look at what's going on with A.J. in a post later today.

  • Jerry Jones takes a shot at the Texans, and Bob McNair handles it gracefully.

  • Owen Daniels watches how Dallas Clark works, writes Megan Manfull.

  • Ahman Green could come off the bench behind Steve Slaton against the Colts for his first action of the season, according to John McClain.

Indianapolis Colts

  • The Colts want to get their skill people on the field and spread the ball around, writes Mike Chappell.

  • The offensive line the Colts envisioned for the start of the season could actually be on the field Sunday, says Phil Richards.

  • There is no T.O. on the Colts, where pass catchers worry about wins, not catches, according to Justin. A. Cohn's story.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Kenny Pettway, who was with Richard Collier when he was shot, gets a new chance in Green Bay, where Tom Silverstein spoke with him.

  • Fred Taylor can reach 11,000 yards in the Jags' first regular-season prime-time game since 2001, writes Vito Stellino.

  • Jerry Porter has played one game and is already lamenting his lack of chances? "Who's made a big play when the ball ain't thrown to him? So throw the ball to me. I'll catch it. That's it." Michael C. Wright has the details.

Tennessee Titans

  • Vince Young was back in limited action at practice and Kerry Collins can't see moving forward as a backup when he gets to free agency after this season, according to Jim Wyatt.

  • Who should be the Titans quarterback in 2009? Wyatt asks for your opinion.

  • For those interested in former Titan Travis Henry's troubles, here are details from Denver.

  • The Titans' defense is the most impressive thing David Fleming has seen this season.