Reading the coverage: Titans-Colts game could put division out of Indy's range

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Open invitation to drop a note in the mailbag.

Here's our daily look at what's been written around the division:

Houston Texans

  • The Texans are concerned about their lack of killer instinct, according to John McClain.

  • Andre Davis had surgery on a dislocated finger on his left hand, but has a chance to play against the Bengals, reports McClain.

Indianapolis Colts

  • Tony Dungy says the obvious: If the Colts don't win Monday at Tennessee, they won't have hopes of winning the division, writes Mike Chappell.

  • Fixing penalties is priority one, says Phil Richards.

  • The Colts are hopeful that Bob Sanders and Joseph Addai are on the verge of returning, according to the AP.

  • A look ahead at the Titans, from Phillip B. Wilson.

  • Wilson's weekly game preview page.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Tennessee Titans

  • "Monday Night Football" could be the changing of the guard in the AFC South, says Jim Wyatt.

  • Paul Williams played ahead of Chris Davis in the thinned out receiving corps, according to Gary Estwick.

  • Wyatt and Estwick discuss the state of the Titans.

  • Chris Johnson's turn playing the drums after his touchdown in Kansas City was funny, but Jeff Fisher did not approve, blogs Wyatt.