Tuesday, September 28, 2010
RTC: Fisher defends run-pass ratio
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Gary Kubiak spelled out defensive difficulties and expects immediate improvement, says John McClain.
Reviewing Rashad Butler’s first start with Anna-Megan Raley. (Video.)
Andre Johnson’s rehabbing his ankle again, says McClain.
Lance Zierlein reviews four plays from Cowboys-Texans.
Arian Foster reminds Matt Bowen of Eddie George. (Colts and Titans stuff in here, too.)
Bill Polian says the 18-game regular season is a done deal.
The Colts aren’t looking at the standings, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The running game is a work in progress, says Phil Richards.
Wilson’s preview of Colts-Jaguars.
A look at roster depth in light of injuries from Brett Mock.
Austin Collie is a rising fantasy guy, says Eric Karabell. (Insider piece.)
Jack Del Rio is staying calm in the middle of a lot of criticism, says Vito Stellino. It's the right demeanor, but this is a panic kind of week.
Safety Gerald Alexander is back, says Tania Ganguli.
Gene Frenette wonders why people aren’t blaming Wayne Weaver more.
The Jaguars have gone far too long without drafting a quarterback, says Chat Fussman.
If Chan Gailey doesn’t like Trent Edwards, that’s a red flag, says Vic Ketchman.
Brian Fullford moves from “what if” to “what now?”
Jeff Fisher defends the Titans' run-pass ratio, writes Jim Wyatt. I have absolutely no problem with the distribution when they are winning like they did Sunday.
Jason McCourty may need surgery, say Johns Glennon and Wyatt.
Fisher’s decision on Vince Young against Pittsburgh makes more sense now, says Wyatt.
It’s no surprise the Titans' defense looks first rate in Chuck Cecil’s second year.
Michael Griffin thought the Giants were “stat-grabbing,” says Wyatt.
Former Houston Oiler George Blanda died.