Reading the coverage…
Eric Winston and Chris Johnson contributed to Doug Farrar’s informative Cover-3 column.
Both Matt Leinart and Curtis Painter make appearances in Anthony Neumann’s list of the best backup quarterbacks. (It's comedy.)
Richard Justice says the young cornerbacks did just fine.
Houston’s new guys were on the practice field, says John McClain.
Gary Kubiak and Rick Smith owe a lot to Mike Shanahan, says McClain.
Washington is one of six teams the Texans have never beaten, says Alan Burge.
Breaking down a key drive with Houston Diehards.
The Colts are holding a roster spot for Bob Sanders and think he could be ready in 10 to 12 weeks, writes Mike Chappell.
The Mannings are ready to meet again, says Phil Richards.
Compare Peyton and Eli, interactively.
How the Colts and Giants match up, from Phillip B. Wilson.
John Oehser’s "Magnificent Seven” Colts’ topics.
The Colts are determined not to be beaten by the Giants’ ground game.
Anatomy of a drive from Kasey Junk at 18to88.com.
With Sanders, the Colts are trying to salvage an asset, says Stampede Blue.
West has not brought out the Jaguars’ best, says Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars are going to sign Ernest Wilford, says Tania Ganguli.
San Diego’s expecting a blackout of the Chargers-Jaguars game.
Nate Washington’s finally found his comfort zone, Jim Wyatt says.
Hines Ward doesn’t think the Titans are the same without Keith Bulluck, say Wyatt and John Glennon.
Ward against Cortland Finnegan is nasty vs. nasty, says Glennon.
The next crazy stat on Chris Johnson, from Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher deviates from his philosophy when the opponent is the Steelers, says David Boclair.