Reading the coverage: Colts win 15th straight
October, 26, 2009
By Paul Kuharsky | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
- Richard Justice says a move away from a balanced offense has set the Texans on a better course.
- Andre Johnson is expected to return from a chest injury in time to play next week, says John McClain.
- Duane Brown admitted poor judgment on a key penalty, says the Chronicle’s notebook.
- Alex Smith gave the Texans a real second-half scare, says David Barron.
- The Texans couldn’t match their offensive output after halftime, says Dale Robertson.
- McClain grades the Texans and ask for your input.
- Alan Burge’s look at the game.
- The Colts won their 15th straight regular-season game with a blowout in St. Louis, says Mike Chappell.
- Donald Brown suffered a sprained left shoulder, says Chappell.
- Bob Kravitz’s report card from St. Louis.
- Peyton Manning hasn’t been sacked in 163 pass attempts, says Phillip B. Wilson.
- One of the only blemishes for the defense was an excessive celebration penalty following Jacob Lacey’s pick six, says Wilson.
- The Colts are 6-0 for the fifth time in six seasons, says John Oehser.
- Debating Joseph Addai versus Brown with Todd Golden.
- Bob Sanders was happy to be back in action, says Tom James.
- Deshawn Zombie dissects the game.
- Why the Jaguars shifted to a 3-4, from Michael C. Wright.
- The trial connected to the shooting of Richard Collier starts Monday, writes Paul Pinkham.
- Vito Stellino’s Q&A with Gene Smith.
- The London game in 2010 could be Jaguars-Redskins, speculates Jonathan Loesche.