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Reading the coverage: Del Rio hot over loss

10/27/2008

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

As you get amped up for the big Colts-Titans Monday Night Football game, here is every look at the game and every story on the Jaguars and Texans I could find.

I'll check in mid-day and be situated at LP Field early to give you any updates I can.

Houston Texans

  • The Texans come up with the most lopsided win in franchise history, writes John McClain.

  • Andre Johnson's mood and the Texans as a team are getting better, says Dale Robertson.

  • Houston didn't allow a touchdown in two Bengals' trips inside the 20, a big development according to Meghan Manfull.

  • Ahman Green left the game with a leg cramp.

  • The Texans are a pretty decent football team, according to Jerome Solomon.

Indianapolis Colts

  • Four keys for the Colts as they face a big challenge to their AFC South supremacy, from Mike Chappell.

  • The Colts throw more than everybody but Detroit while the Titans run more than everybody, making for an interesting contrast, writes Chappell.

  • As expected, Joseph Addai, Bob Sanders and Kelvin Hayden are out Monday night, reports Chappell.

  • Reggie Wayne's moving to the slot in three wide and can cause problems there, writes Chappell.

  • Stopping Albert Haynesworth won't be easy, says Chappell.

  • Freddy Keiaho wants to be the Colts' leading tackler, writes Tom James.

  • Peyton Manning's looking to help the Colts pull things together, writes Jarrett Bell.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • The Jaguars let another one slip away and Jack Del Rio is not happy about it, writes Vito Stellino.

  • Gene Frenette says Del Rio boiled over after this one.

  • Jacksonville's defense tightened up late but it wasn't enough, says Hays Carlyon.

  • Cleveland's Shaun Rogers did a lot to hurt Jacksonville, according to Garry Smits.

  • Michael C. Wright looks at a bad day for special teams.

  • Gene Frenette's report card includes no Fs.

  • Big games from David Garrard and Matt Jones were not enough, writes Wright.

  • The run game did not get on track, says Carlyon.

  • Chris Naeole broke his hand in warm-ups and did not play for the first time as planned, according to Kyle Hightower.

  • The Jaguars are missing "it," says Cole Pepper.

Tennessee Titans

  • Physical play by corners at the line will be a big part of the Titans' defensive plan, writes Jim Wyatt.

  • The Titans are out to prove they are no fluke, says Wyatt.

  • David Climer buys into the Titans-get-no-national-attention thinking.

  • A week-long stretch of stories on Ron Jaworski concludes with a look at the stats he's got access to, by Gary Estwick.

  • Game picks from Indy Star and Tennessean writers.

  • Wyatt's game preview.

  • A win puts Tennessee in complete control of the AFC South standings, says Terry McCormick.

  • A look at LenDale White from a Denver perspective, courtesy of Jeff Legwold.

  • Big national media day for White, as Sam Farmer also takes a look.