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:
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.
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.
Gene Frenette says getting arrested might have served to wake up Matt Jones.
Despite reports that Matt Jones has been suspended for three games, Michael C. Wright says it's not official yet.
Five questions with Fred Taylor.
"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.