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The offensive line is coming off its best game and heading into its biggest test, says John McClain.
Richard Justice can’t find anything to complain about with the Texans.
The Texans are excited to get Brian Cushing back, says McClain.
Andre Johnson and Jacoby Jones could both be game-time decisions this week, says McClain.
The humbled Colts can bounce back, says Mike Chappell.
Jim Caldwell stands by his controversial timeout call, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Bob Kravitz says it’s December that matters. (Video.)
A breakdown of two back-breaking plays, from Nate Dunlevy.
Pierre Garcon will be back Sunday, according to WISH-TV.
Once again, missed opportunities, poor play-calling and game decisions, a lack of adjustments, and playing vanilla football, leads to a Colts loss, says Brett Mock.
Jack Del Rio’s day-after talk was a dose of reality, says Vito Stellino.
Derrick Harvey is losing snaps to Jeremy Mincey, says Tania Ganguli.
Another high pick is sinking and this time its Harvey, says Mark Long.
Del Rio’s Monday press conference.
A Jacksonville man is in serious condition after a fall at EverBank Stadium, says Dana Treen.
Credit Dirk Koetter and the staff for their work in the win over Indy, says Vic Ketchman.
David Garrard’s rebound featured his biggest asset, says Alfie Crow.
Josh McDaniels says Jeff Fisher condones dirty play, writes John Glennon.
Derrick Morgan is lost for the year with a torn ACL, says Jim Wyatt.
Chuck Cecil was fined $40,000, says Wyatt.
Tennessee is jumping the gun too often, says Glennon.
The Titans have to turn Vince Young loose, says Joe Biddle.
Tennessee’s defensive line has survived injuries, says David Boclair.
Reading the coverage:Houston TexansThe offensive line is coming off its best game and heading into its biggest test, says John McClain.Richard Justice can’t find anything to complain about with the Texans.