RTC: Halftime speeches and all-time calls

Reading the coverage …

Mike Keith and the Music City Miracle make an appearance in this fantastic piece on the best calls of all time by Joe Posnanski.

Examining poor offensive line play with Pete Prisco.

There is a special-teams coverage crisis, says Vic Carucci.

Houston Texans

It’s yet another crisis game for Gary Kubiak, says Richard Justice.

It’s nasty at the bottom of a pile, says Jeffrey Martin.

John McClain wonders whether the Texans need an attitude adjustment.

Justice asks if Mario Williams is a great player.

How the Giants stopped the Texans' run game, from Lance Zierlein.

Indianapolis Colts

Joseph Addai is confident he’ll play in Washington, says Mike Chappell.

Phil Richards examines whether halftime speeches are really the stuff of legend.

Dwight Freeney would have played baseball if football didn’t pan out, says Chappell.

Measuring Peyton Manning and John Elway against each other with Bob Kravitz.

Five Colts storylines including containing Donovan McNabb, from John Oehser.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Jeff Fisher’s Jacksonville jabs were a long time ago, writes Tania Ganguli.

There is no way Orlando is a better sports town that Jacksonville, says Gene Frenette.

Ganguli and Vito Stellino preview Titans-Jaguars. (Video.)

Mary Garrard recently joked with Jaguars coaches about how her husband needs to play, says Stellino.

Vic Ketchman likes parity.

Alfie Crow picks up on my line of questioning with Chris Johnson about his pal Mike Sims-Walker.

Teal Monday details from Jeremy Ratliff.

Tennessee Titans

John Glennon looks at the division’s four-way tie for first, and for last.

Chris Johnson rested a sore thigh Thursday, say Jim Wyatt and Glennon.

Vince Young’s TD pass to Kenny Britt was intended for Britt, maintains Young.

Young and his grandmother are juiced for "Monday Night Football," says Glennon.

Maurice Jones-Drew gives props to Dave Ball, says Wyatt.

Receivers are making more plays with Young doing his thing, says David Boclair.

Jamie Winborn is happy to be back, says Darren McFarland.