Friday, May 7, 2010
RTC: Vince Young helps flood relief
By Paul Kuharsky
RTC = Reading the coverage. That's been the title of our daily wrap-up of stories from around the division from the beginning. But periodically, because of headline space constraints, we'll abbreviate.
Jerome Solomon considers where Rick Smith fits in the pantheon of Houston’s GMs.
Texans records that need to change, from Alan Burge.
Ten questions with Shelley Smith (here) and with Trindon Holliday (here) from the team website.
Peyton Manning’s new teammate, Jacques McClendon, has to shift from fan to blocker, says Michael Marot.
The Colts are insistent that there is no shift in offensive philosophy underway and generally seem to hate the concept of shifting, says Stampede Blue. Are we supposed to think bigger linemen they've added are a mere coincidence?
Considering the order of the wide receivers with Mike Chappell.
When teams struggle, it’s usually because they lack talent, not because they quit, says Vic Ketchman.
Gene Smith’s been great, says Collin Streetman, but he objects to the Clint Ingram and John Henderson moves.
Vince Young is raising money to help with flood relief, says Jim Wyatt.
Former Titan Samari Rolle is helping out new Titan Myron Rolle, a longtime friend but not a relative, writes Jim Wyatt.
Who’s been the Titans' best third-round pick, Andrew Strickert asks.