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Exciting day ahead here at the AFC South Blog. We'll be installing a new hard drive, downloading a ton of stuff, and discovering all the things we're going to be missing after our crash. Yes, we back up. No, we didn't do it lately. Yes, we might take a look at carbonite.com or somesuch. Fun times.
Antonio Smith is feeling at home as he heads back to Arizona, says Dale Robertson.
Swine flu has retreated from the Texans, writes Robertson.
John McClain looks at the Texans-Cardinals matchup.
Why Dunta Robinson isn’t going to be a safety and why there isn’t anything wrong with the offensive line’s run-blocking scheme, from Lance Zierlein.
Five key matchups from Battle Red Blog.
Phil Richards looks at Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie.
No matter the records, this remains a heated division rivalry, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Marlin Jackson and Kelvin Hayden don’t look like they will play, says Mike Chappell.
If you read one thing, make it this thorough primer from John Oehser.
Another weekly favorite: 18 things to watch for from 18to88.com.
Oehser on Dwight Freeney, Bob Sanders, Tony Ugoh and more.
The Colts will be ready for anything from the desperate Titans, writes Tom James.
Chappell takes questions on Jordan Senn, Anthony Gonzalez and the Ring of Honor.
Coach Jack Del Rio is wary of the wobbly Seahawks, says Michael C. Wright.
Jags fans should remember the team has benefited from some calls in recent weeks, says Vic Ketchman.
A demotion will drive Quentin Groves to work harder, says Vito Stellino.
Fred Taylor had ankle surgery in New England and is out indefinitely, writes Wright.
The Jaguars are the least popular team in the league, unsurprisingly. Matt Loede points us to it.
First quarter grades and awards from Jonathan Loesche.
Gene Frenette wants to see Josh Scobee throw it.
The 2001 Titans went through a similar downturn, writes Wyatt.
Nick Harper won’t wear rib protection, write Gary Estwick and Jim Wyatt.
The Titans could be forced to play Vince Young, says Charles Robinson.
Officials called a Jaguars TD against the Titans incorrectly, says Chris Burke.
Jeff Fisher didn’t like the call but admits it was hardly the difference in the game, says Wyatt.
Kerry Collins keeps fighting, writes Phillip B. Wilson.
McClain assesses the Titans’ struggles and the possibility of Young getting in the lineup.
Nashville misses the old Jevon Kearse, says David Boclair.
The Titans looked at four players before adding Lance Ball to the practice squad, says Wyatt.