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RTC: Colts consider 'Gideon Principle'

10/27/2010

Reading the coverage …

Houston Texans

John McClain breaks down the Texans’ defensive woes.

The Texans' offense is the league’s best in the red zone, but in the same territory its defense is the worst, says McClain.

The linebackers are adjusting to the shuffling, says McClain.

The bye week went fast for David Anderson.

Indianapolis Colts

Jim Caldwell discusses the “Gideon Principle” as it relates to the possibility some Colts get overextended because of injury absences, from Phil Richards.

Mike Chappell is not expecting Joseph Addai to play.

Bill Polian is part of the group that is looking at extending penalties into the NFL for college infractions involving accepting money.

Austin Collie can’t put a timetable on his return.

A plea for perspective, from John Oehser.

Grading Caldwell with Nate Dunlevy.

Jacksonville Jaguars

David Garrard has been cleared to play, says Tania Ganguli.

Aaron Kampman is staying positive, says Vito Stellino.

The fix is the draft, and that's still a long way away, says Vic Ketchman.

Tennessee Titans

Alterraun Verner has a nose for the ball, says David Boclair.

Five things John Glennon knows about the Titans.

Breaking down personnel groups and play calls by down with Terry McCormick.