Reading the coverage: Yards at any cost

December, 20, 2009
12/20/09
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Houston Texans

Don’t scoff, says Richard Justice: Matt Schaub is the real deal.

The Rams are not what they used to be, says Dale Robinson.

If Kyle Shanahan and Alex Gibbs leave, Justice will wish them well and urge people to move on.

Losing Shanahan to his father’s staff would stink for the Texans, says Lance Zierlein.

A guide on who to root for in order for the Texans to hold on to their slim playoff chances, from Sean Pendergast.

Indianapolis Colts

Joseph Addai has surpassed his hero, Kevin Faulk, says Phil Richards.

Jim Caldwell has extra time to make decisions about game No. 15, says Steve Ballard.

More on Caldwell taking his time, from John Oehser.

The Saints’ loss just about clinched the MVP for Peyton Manning, says Stampede Blue.

Jacksonville Jaguars

As the Jaguars watch and hope, they cut two defensive reserves -- Kennard Cox and James Wyche, says Vito Stellino.

Are Reggie Nelson’s days in Jacksonville numbered? Gene Frenette asks.

Vic Ketchman loved the play calling in the Jaguars’ loss to the Colts.

Tennessee Titans

Chris Johnson wants yards at any price, writes Jim Wyatt.

The Titans and Dolphins still harbor playoff hopes, says Wyatt.

Kerry Collins tells Titans Radio he's not planning on retiring. (Audio.)

Count Michael Irvin among the Johnson fans, says Wyatt.

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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