Thursday, October 28, 2010
RTC: Harvey and the Jaguars' 2008 draft
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Gil Brandt ranks Gary Brackett against Arian Foster as his top matchup of the week.
Warren Moon thinks someone could set a new single-game all-time passing record soon, and John McClain wonders if it could come against the Texans.
Bernard Pollard talks about high standards. (Video.)
The Colts do their best to be polite with officials, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Wilson’s thorough game preview.
John Oehser sets the table for "Monday Night Football."
Do the Colts’ injuries impact Peyton Manning’s fantasy value? Matt Pitzer examines.
Joe Baker sifts through who’s for real and who’s not.
Derrick Harvey is out of the starting lineup and Jeremy Mincey is in, says Tania Ganguli.
Slowing DeMarcus Ware is a big mission, says Vito Stellino.
The idea of playing for the draft pick is not only ridiculous, it violates every principle of competitive athletics, Vic Ketchman says.
The 2008 Jaguars draft ranks among the worst ever, says Alfie Crow.
Vince Young was back in practice, says Jim Wyatt.
Stephen Tulloch speaks highly of Philip Rivers, say Wyatt and John Glennon.
Damian Williams may not fare as well with Young playing as he has with Kerry Collins, says David Boclair.
Collins thinks Brett Favre’s streak is way bigger than Cal Ripken’s, says Bob McClellan.