- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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Titans offensive line coach Mike Munchak is a candidate for Houston’s offensive coordinator job. If Gary Kubiak retains assistants Alex Gibbs, John Benton and Bruce Matthews, that would be an awfully offensive line-heavy staff. Munchak and Matthews, the best of friends, would surely love to work together, though.
The winning record heightens anticipation for 2010, says John McClain,
In addition to Kyle Shanahan, the Texans could lose Gibbs and Ray Rhodes, says McClain.
Bill Belichick ripped the turf at Reliant Stadium as a cause of Wes Welker’s injury.
The turf was ranked fourth in the league by NFL players, says Alan Burge.
Franchise tagged or not, Dunta Robinson wants to return, writes McClain.
Could Rick Dennison replace Shanahan? Burge provides some rationale.
Why McClain is excited about next season.
The good and the bad of the Texans’ season from Lance Zierlein.
A look at offensive coordinator candidates, from Battle Red Blog.
Battle Red Blog isn’t that excited about Robinson’s desire to return.
The Colts rest and wait to see which of three teams is heading to Indy for a divisional round game the night of Jan. 16.
Sam Giguere gave the Colts something to think about as they decide who to keep under contract for their playoff roster, says Phil Richards.
After a rough week in fan relations, Bill Polian spent a little time trying to butter them up: “The only people who can affect the game will be the people in this building – the players, the coaches, the administrators . . . and our fans.” John Oehser’s report.
The Colts are planning on business as usual, says Tom James.
Trying to get teams to play starters is an exercise in futility, says Clark Judge.
Who’s got momentum now, asks Deshawn Zombie.
Welker’s injury doesn’t vindicate Polian, says Stampede Blue.
Players support Jack Del Rio, says Gene Frenette.
The Jaguars’ future depends on the draft, says Frenette.
Good to see Vic Ketchman back. And good stuff from him in reviewing the Jaguars’ season: “The bottom line is the season was not a failure and it revealed several bright spots."
Vince Young is the starting quarterback going forward says Jim Wyatt.
Chris Johnson’s planning a busy offseason, say Wyatt and Gary Estwick.
Johnson’s basking in the glory of his accomplishment, writes Wyatt.