Reading the coverage: Lunch links edition

December, 2, 2010
12/02/10
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Houston Texans

The Texans are thinking upset in Philadelphia, says John McClain.

McClain and N.D. Kalu see an Eagles’ win.

Brian Cushing gives the Texans their pulse, says Richard Justice.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts’ offense seeks consistency, says Mike Chappell.

Jacob Tamme has filled in well, says Chappell.

By his lofty standards, Peyton Manning is in a major slump, says Jason Cole.

The return of skill players will help the offensive line, says John Oehser.

Running more won't help the Colts win any more game. Winning more games will help the Colts run more, says Nate Dunlevy.

The Colts future is not in doubt, says Brett Mock.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Eugene Monroe is all clear, says Vito Stellino.

Is Vince Manuwai the reason for the Jaguars’ run-game success? Tania Ganguli discusses it.

The Jaguars are expecting to see Kerry Collins, says Ganguli.

The Jaguars have to control Chris Johnson again, says Alfie Crow.

Vic Ketchman doesn’t like quirky stuff and doesn’t need everything to be right and just.

Tennessee Titans

Cortland Finnegan says he’s miscast as a villian, writes Jim Wyatt.

Collins expects to be ready, says John Glennon and Wyatt.

Johnson and Randy Moss are becoming fast friends, says Terry McCormick.

Dave Ball says league discipline on the Finnegan-Andre Johnson fight sets bad precedent, says McCormick.

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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