RTC: Jack Del Rio embarrassed by defense

October, 25, 2010
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Some '70s era Oilers are feeling the aftereffects of their concussions, says Dale Robertson.

Houston Texans

The rested Texans are in an AFC South dogfight, says John McClain.

The loved ones of players who suffered traumatic brain injuries go through life knowing the damage might have been prevented, says David Barron.

Indianapolis Colts

Peyton Manning doesn’t want to talk about a new contract until after the season is over, says Mike Chappell.

Next up for the Colts is a tough rematch with Houston in a week on "Monday Night Football," says Chappell.

The Colts will miss Dallas Clark’s versatility, says Phil Richards.

Anthony Gonzalez recently tweaked his ankle injury, says Adam Schefter.

Late but worth it: Some inside info from a Bill Polian talk in Fort Wayne, from Reggie Hayes. (Hat tip to Nate Dunlevy, who hat-tipped Coltzilla.)

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars might not be able to put things back together, says Vito Stellino.

Jack Del Rio rated the defensive performance embarrassing, says Tania Ganguli.

Coaches and teammates had praise for Todd Bouman, says Ganguli.

It looks like Eben Britton is lost for the season with a shoulder injury, says Tania Ganguli.

Bouman deserved a better support system, says Gene Frenette.

Mike Thomas fumbled a punt in the first quarter for the second time in three weeks, says Stellino.

Ganguli and Frenette review the game in this video.

The Jaguars thought they had a run defense, but Kansas City changed their thinking, says Vic Ketchman.

Tennessee Titans

Kenny Britt’s touchdown blitz delivered a win for the Titans, says Jim Wyatt.

The Titans are making noise in the AFC, says David Climer.

Tennessee’s defense finally figured out third down in the fourth quarter, says John Glennon.

Chris Johnson didn’t have an issue with the hit from Ernie Sims, says Climer.

The Smallest Titan, Alterraun Verner, made the biggest defensive play, says Glennon.

Kerry Collins showed his value, says Joe Biddle.

Since they weren’t running well, Mike Heimerdinger decided the Titans should sling it.

Jason Jones made the play of the game, says Bob McClellan.

How soon will Vince Young return, asks Terry McCormick.

Is Tony Brown’s knee becoming a concern, asks McCormick.

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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