Monday, September 27, 2010
RTC: New low for Jack Del Rio era
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage…
Houston was outplayed in every phase, writes John McClain.
Gary Kubiak may have seen this one coming, says Richard Justice.
The Texans allowed too much pressure on Matt Schaub, says Jeffrey Martin.
Andre Johnson said he re-aggravated his ankle sprain, say McClain and Jenny Dial.
McClain’s report card.
The Texans should have been as desperate as the Cowboys, says Jerome Solomon.
It takes the worst to bring out the best in the Cowboys, says Alex Marvez.
The Cowboys exposed the Texans’ flaws, says John P. Lopez.
Tony Romo is in a higher class than Matt Schaub, says Andrew Perloff.
Battle Red Blog is unhappy with Eugene Wilson and Frank Bush.
They gave up yards in bunches, but the Colts won anyway, says Phil Richards.
The Colts showed off their depth at receiver with a huge day from Austin Collie and a nice contribution from Blair White, says Mike Chappell.
Peyton Manning continues to raise the bar, writes Bob Kravitz.
Preparation paid off in a big interception for Jacob Lacey, says Chappell.
Despite a patchwork line, Kyle Orton had huge numbers against the Colts, says Richards.
Kravitz’s report card.
The Colts showed they are more experienced and more savvy, says John Oehser.
Mike Silver details how Manning took Blair White up on a suggestion.
Observations on a well-coached team, from Nate Dunlevy.
He was wrong about Collie, says Nate Dunlevy.
Smart and efficient football won it, says Stampede Blue.
It’s a 1-2 start for the third consecutive season after a blowout loss to the Eagles, says Vito Stellino.
Gene Frenette declares this a new low for the Jack Del Rio era.
The Eagles abused Jacksonville’s beleaguered offensive line, says Tania Ganguli.
David Garrard can’t explain a horrible game, says Jeff Elliott.
The Jaguars are allowing far too many deep balls, says Ganguli.
Garrard played with trepidation and didn’t look athletic, says Vic Ketchman.
The notion that an upgraded pass rush would fix it all was off, says Ketchman.
Considering the possibilities with Terry O’Brien.
The Titans rebounded with a big win against the Giants, say Jim Wyatt.
Take-aways keyed the Titans’ win, says John Glennon.
A chop-block penalty against the Giants that gave the Titans a safety turned the momentum, says Glennon.
Kenny Britt had a big touchdown catch in a homecoming, says Wyatt and Glennon.
Vince Young bounced back nicely, says David Climer. (My take on new stuff about Young’s Pittsburgh week is here.)
That was beyond humiliating for the Giants, says Mike Freeman.
The Titans are still a defensive team, says Bob McClellan.
Cortland Finnegan thinks he’s targeted by officials, says Terry McCormick.
The Titans enjoyed a reunion with Keith Bulluck, says McCormick.
Alterraun Verner filled in for Jason McCourty after he suffered an arm injury, says Darren McFarland.