Wednesday, September 1, 2010
RTC: Good news/bad news reports
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
An AFC South preview from Andrew Lawrence.
David Anderson’s latest column focuses on pressure.
The Texans have hit a record in season-ticket sales, says John McClain.
Dan Orlovsky will start the preseason finale, says McClain.
A replay of McClain’s chat.
On Arian Foster’s emergence as the lead back.
Matt Musil spoke to Owen Daniels, Brian Cushing, DeMeco Ryans and Matt Schaub during Celebrity Server Night at Morton’s Steakhouse.
Good news/bad news on the Texans from Khaled Elsayed.
It’s put-up time for Gary Kubiak, says Alan Burge.
Houston Diehards thinks the Texans showed way too much against the Cowboys.
The move of the umpire is a good one, says Bob Kravitz. He and Michael Wilbon have made a good point in this debate: rule after rule has protected the quarterback. It’s time for them to give a little on protecting someone else now.
The preseason finale is a biggie for return candidates Devin Moore, Brandon James and Ray Fisher, says Mike Chappell.
Jerry Hughes is likely to get good work against the Bengals, says Phil Richards.
John Oehser covers the umpire, the receivers, Jeff Saturday and the run game.
Good news/bad news on the Colts from Elsayed.
Special teams are expecting big things, says Tania Ganguli.
Injuries thinned out the Jags at center, says Vito Stellino.
Stellino and Ganguli preview the preseason finale against Atlanta.
Good news/bad news on the Jags from Elsayed.
Vic Ketchman discusses leverage and rates Troy Polamalu as the league’s best tackler.
What do the Titans’ skill guys think about wearing leg pads? Jim Wyatt’s story.
Chris Simms sees a 50-50 chance to stick, say Jim Wyatt and John Glennon. I admire Simms’ optimism.
Tony Brown is ready to roll, says Glennon.
Defensive line depth has been revealed in the preseason, says David Boclair.
Greed is good for Chris Johnson, says Mike Silver.
Good news/bad news on the Titans from Elsayed.
The Eugene Amano-Leroy Harris combo is proving a good fit, says Mitch Pulley.