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It’s time for the Texans to step out of the Cowboys’ shadow, says Richard Justice.
The natural order is upside-down, says Dale Robertson.
Anna-Megan Raley looks at the big matchup. (Video.)
We may not see as good a combo as Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson for a long time, says Richard Justice.
The Cowboys and Texans are heading in different directions, says Rick Gosselin.
Dallas faces a difficult choice on defense as to where to place more of a focus.
Beware of counterfeit tickets, the Texans warn.
Keys to victory for the Texans from John McClain and Tom Orsborn.
Stability at quarterback is a luxury for the Colts a lot of other teams don’t enjoy, says Mike Chappell.
It’s a bit out of character for the Colts to use a starter like Jerraud Powers as their punt returner, says Mike Chappell.
Pierre Garcon, Clint Session and Brandon King did not travel to Denver and are out with hamstring injuries.
Two running backs are better, says Phil Richards.
Organizers of the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis move forward despite lockout talk.
It’s time for David Garrard to step things up, says Vito Stellino.
What fueled Eugene Monroe’s improvement, asks Tania Ganguli.
Russell Allen is in line for his first start of the year, says Ganguli.
Ganguli’s game breakdown.
The Jaguars trail in media mentions, but they tend to be positive, says Abel Harding.
Observations through two games by Terry O’Brien.
The offensive line wants a big rebound after a poor game, says Wyatt.
Vince Young’s fumbles have prompted a review of the basics, says John Glennon.
Derrick Morgan and Kenny Britt are motivated by being passed over by the Giants, says Jim Wyatt.
Wyatt’s matchup page.
All eyes will be on Young, says Bob McClellan.
Jason McCourty goes home as a starter, says Kyle Allen.