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Richard Justice says the Texans need a shot of passion.
Kevin Walter, Eugene Wilson and Jacques Reeves could all be back Sunday for the game in Tennessee, says John McClain.
DeMeco Ryans is talking accountability, writes McClain.
“It's about installing a culture of winning and accepting nothing less. The Texans have never played like it was the most important thing in the world. That mentality can come from the coaches or the players or from the owner. But it has to come from somewhere. Right now, the Texans don't have it.” Justice’s blog.
Matt Schaub says all can be erased with a big second game, from sportsradiointerviews.com.
Gary Kubiak took the blame for the offensive showing, says Alan Burge.
The Colts could look for a veteran to help at receiver while Anthony Gonzalez is out, but it won’t be Marvin Harrison, writes Mike Chappell.
Solid special-teams play was a nice development for the Colts, writes Phil Richards.
Tony Dungy writes about his first night as a full-time TV analyst.
A rundown of what Deshawn Zombie learned in Week 1.
Reggie Hayward is finished for the season, writes Vito Stellino.
The offense has to produce more points, says Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Leaving Derek Cox in his spot helped him grow, writes Ketchman.
The Titans expect a boost from Ryan Mouton, writes Gary Estwick.
Nate Washington is in position to start against Houston, says Terry McCormick.
The end of the Broncos-Bengals game provided Jeff Fisher and everyone in the league a teaching tool, blogs Jim Wyatt.
Titans Insider points us to Vince Young Foods.
Justin Gage thinks Houston will bounce back. Audio from Titans Radio.