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Don Banks has an assessment of the current playoff picture.
Jeff Pearlman picks his worst 100 NFL players of all time.
The offense is having trouble producing a 60-minute effort, says John McClain.
Of the 11 significant defensive statistics, the Texans are ranked 28th or worse in eight, says McClain.
Gary Kubiak’s task this week is to get the Texans thinking differently, says Richard Justice.
David Anderson may rename his dog.
A look at how bad the Texans’ defense is, from Alan Burge.
Injured players are expected to tough it out, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Mixing and matching linebackers is working for the Colts, says Phil Richards.
Mike Chappell thinks Austin Collie, when healthy, should be ahead of Pierre Garcon. I agree.
Indianapolis overcomes adversity through consistency, says John Czarnecki.
The Colts are in remarkably good shape considering their circumstances, says John Oehser.
Nate Dunlevy considers just how bad a season Garcon is having.
Delving into holding calls with Brett Mock.
The ticket office is working to avoid a blackout of Sunday’s game against Cleveland, says Vito Stellino.
Is David Garrard ready to stay at a high level, asks Gene Frenette.
The Hail Mary excitement spilled into Tuesday, says Stellino.
The pass rush sagged some against the Texans, says Tania Ganguli.
There’s not going to be a pass interference call on a Hail Mary, says Vic Ketchman.
Richard Collier plans on walking again, says Jim Henry. (Hat tip to Matt Loede.)
Now is the time for Vince Young to show he’s the present and the future for the Titans, says David Climer.
Five things John Glennon knows about the Titans.
Patrick Bailey and Tom Shaw have done what the Titans expected on special teams, says David Boclair.
Jason Babin and Cortland Finnegan make Brian DiTullio’s list of the league’s 25 dirtiest players.