Reading the coverage …
The Texans have an unorthodox, dynamic back in Arian Foster, says Jeffrey Martin.
The Texans stuck with their practice routine from last Thursday, says Dale Robertson.
Anna-Megan Raley’s piece on the challenges posed by Redskins’ defense.
Both sides have plenty of inside info.
You need to see this old picture of Jacob y Jones.
Dwight Freeney is sick of all the Manning attention, says Mike Chappell.
Before Peyton and Eli, Archie Manning was a big-time quarterback too, says Phil Richards.
Richards recalls the first Manning Bowl.
The Giants are eager to bring pressure, says Tim Smith.
Eighteen things to watch for, from Nate Dunlevy.
Vito Stellino and Tania Ganguli preview the Jaguars' trip to San Diego. (Video.)
A back strain landed David Garrard on the injury report, says Stellino.
The Chargers were unplugged in their opener, says Ganguli.
Ernest Wilford never even cleaned out his locker, says Ganguli.
Vic Ketchman recalls trips to San Diego.
Jeff Fisher always gets fired up for the Steelers, says John Glennon.
Lavelle Hawkins insists he’s still ready to play, say Jim Wyatt and Glennon.
Chris Johnson could hit a Steel Curtain, says Alan Robinson.
Vince Young’s ready for his first time against the Steelers, says David Boclair.
Cortland Finnegan wants to be more like Hines Ward, says Terry McCormick.