Monday, November 1, 2010
RTC: Jaguars see a season-salvager
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Brian Cushing is ready for the move to the middle, says John McClain.
Who has the edge in McClain’s eyes?
Gary Brackett says emotion isn’t going to beat the Texans, writes Mike Chappell.
Tony Dungy adds prestige to the ring of honor, says Bob Kravitz, and the Colts need to clear a lot of space for other names.
The Colts' offensive line expects a much better performance than in the first game against the Texans, says Chappell.
John Oehser’s seven-step look at the Colts.
It’s as close to a must-win as the Colts will have all season, says AP.
Eighteen things to watch for, from Nate Dunlevy.
A very good performance in a blowout of the Cowboys did much to salvage the Jaguars’ season, says Tania Ganguli. Also includes Gene Frenette’s report card.
David Garrard was stellar in his return from a concussion, says Vito Stellino.
A goal-line stand was a big momentum shifter, says Stellino.
Maurice Jones-Drew got going and got over 100 yards, says Ganguli.
If there’s one good thing to say about the inconsistency of these 4-4 Jaguars, it’s that they had the resolve to fight through a lot of negativity, says Frenette.
Frenette and Stellino review the game in this video.
They saved their season, says Vic Ketchman.
Garrard is one of the week’s MVPs, says Shutdown Corner.
San Diego maintained its handle on the Titans, says Jim Wyatt.
The Titans let a big one get away, says David Climer.
Kenny Britt may be out indefinitely, says Jim Wyatt.
A holding call against Michael Griffin swung momentum, says Climer.
Wyatt’s report card.
Philip Rivers was the fourth quarterback to top 300 yards against the Titans.
The Titans defended Donnie Nickey, says Wyatt.
Britt heard a pop, says Terry McCormick.
Jared Cook saw mixed results, says McCormick.
Nick Schommer's film study paid off with a blocked punt, says McCormick.