Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Never mind further ado. Without any ado, here's what's been written about the AFC South this morning...
In the last month, Steve Slaton is the NFL's most prolific running back, writes Megan Manfull.
Jerome Solomon says Houston just may be witnessing the development of an elite NFL quarterback in Matt Schaub.
Schaub won AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Green Bay, writes Manfull.
It's the defense that's revived the Colts' season, writes Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz calls on the Colts and those who run the building to do the right thing. Lucas Oil Stadium should not be cost prohibitive for high school championships.
Joseph Addai has a bad right shoulder, but Dominic Rhodes is ready to step in if needed, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts' desire is to stay at the head of the wild card line, according to Chappell.
Jags sign two after Greg Jones goes on IR. Michael C. Wright provides the details.
Fred Taylor could be next in line for IR for the black cloud Jags, says Vito Stellino.
Slaton is the only running back to top 100 yards against the Titans this season, says Jessica Bliss.
Joe Biddle praises the Titans' work in red zone offense.
Michael Roos isn't so sure he hasn't given up a sack, writes Gary Estwick in his notes.
Has "Smash and Dash" become "Smash and Grab," asks Estwick.
Another take on the "Smash and Dash" debate, from Terry McCormick.
Kyle Vanden Bosch's status is up in the air again, writes McCormick in his notes.