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As he prepares to face his former team, Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky is proud of what the Texans have done, says Jeffrey Martin of the Houston Chronicle.
The Texans should lean heavily on the run to get on track in Indianapolis, says John McClain of the Chronicle.
Andre Johnson is out for Thursday night’s game in Indianapolis and Owen Daniels might be too, says McClain.
Shaun Cody put on an excellent production exploring the old age of Jeff Garcia and Jake Delhomme.
Bill Polian says Peyton Manning will fail his physical after the season and then be in line to continue his rehabilitation with the team, writes Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
Things are a lot different since the Colts played Houston on opening day, say Phil Richards and Chappell.
Football Outsiders says the Colts have an 89.8 percent chance of drafting first overall.
One-time Colts tight end Ben Utecht is experiencing memory loss, says Erik Brady of USA Today.
In his 12th season and at 34 years old, center Brad Meester wants to return and be part of a Jaguars turnaround, says Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.
Gene Frenette of the T-U offers a review of Shahid Khan’s podcast with Peter King of Sports Illustrated.
The Jaguars put another defensive back on injured reserve, says Tania Ganguli of the T-U. Does safety Darcel McBath qualify as part of the injury trend when he didn't have a real role and just joined the team last week?
John Oehser of jaguars.com expects the Jaguars to become more of a passing team.
This should have been the Titans' time, writes David Boclair of The City Paper. If Pacman Jones and Vince Young panned out and were in their prime, at worst Tennessee would be right there with Houston in the AFC South.
Matt Hasselbeck practiced and Chris Johnson rested on Tuesday, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Pressuring Blaine Gabbert is one of the keys for the Titans on Saturday, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.
Reading the coverage …Houston TexansAs he prepares to face his former team, Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky is proud of what the Texans have done, says Jeffrey Martin of the Houston Chronicle.