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How bad is the defense? It’s on pace to allow the most yards and the most rushing yards in history, writes John McClain.
Gary Kubiak is not happy with the pass rush and could turn to the practice squad for help, says McClain.
Changes are coming in the secondary, writes John McClain.
Richard Justice is thoroughly unimpressed with the defensive line.
Are the defensive struggles personnel, scheme or learning curve? Alan Burge dissects.
Fast starts are a way of life for the Colts, writes Jeff Rabjohns.
Bill Polian anticipates playing it by ear with Dwight Freeney, says the Star’s notebook.
WTHR-TV in Indianapolis is reporting Dwight Freeney is out for a month. (Hat tip to stampedeblue.com for pointing us to it.)
Bob Kravitz’s report card from Sunday night.
Jim Caldwell wants his team focused at 3-0, says Tom James.
A 3-0 start doesn’t mean too much, says Dave Goldberg.
At 1-2, some believe there is some deja vu for the Jaguars, says Vito Stellino.
Mo Williams is a difference maker for the Jags, says Cole Pepper.
Vic Ketchman addresses the claims about empty seats in Houston.
L.A. debunking 101 from bigcatcountry.com.
Jeff Fisher is not contemplating any quarterback change, writes Jim Wyatt.
Wyatt doesn’t think a quarterback change is needed.
Vincent Fuller is out four to six week after breaking his arm, says Gary Estwick.
The Titans are considering outside return men, says Estwick.
Tennessee makes John Czarnecki’s list of surprises.
Titans Radio breaks down the Jaguars game.