Reading the coverage ...
The Colts, Jaguars and Texans were in the top 10 in wide receiver screens last season while the Titans only tried them three times, says Mike Tanier.
A different look from the Saints is a help to the Texans, says John McClain.
Coming off his best year, Jacoby Jones is enjoying a trip home, says Jordan Godwin.
Kareem Jackson’s got no choice but to grow up fast, says McClain.
McClain asks if the Texans can be this year’s Saints.
“I'm not dumb, not to know that's an issue we have,” Joseph Addai tells Mike Chappell. “We want to run it better when we run it."
Five storylines from John Oehser heading into the Colts-Bills game.
Reggie Wayne is Mr. Consistent, says John Oehser.
Would the Colts be better off with Nate Davis than Curtis Painter, asks Doug Zaleski.
Five lingering Jaguars questions from Vito Stellino.
Anthony Smith has been a hit, says Tania Ganguli.
Jason Cole’s thoughts from some time with the Jaguars.
What to look for in Dolphins-Jaguars from Mark Johnson.
The Titans are a second home for Kevin Matthews, says Bryan Mullen.
Damian Williams is ready for some game action, says Jim Wyatt.
An emotional practice led to LeGarrette Blount’s punch, says John Glennon.
Alterraun Verner knows the compliments are flying but has to keep working to keep them coming, says David Boclair.
Chris Johnson’s trying out some new pads that are built into his undershorts, says Terry McCormick.
Breaking down the Titans’ corners with Tom Gower.