Friday, November 5, 2010
RTC: Peyton Manning rated No. 8 all-time
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage…
The Chargers potent passing possibilities could be trouble for the Texans, says Jeffrey Martin.
Kris Brown is not nostalgic about playing against his old team, says John McClain.
Kevin Walter has slowed down after a hot start, says McClain.
Richard Justice intends to support Gary Kubiak.
Statistics don’t’ tell the full story on Walter, says Anna-Megan Raley.
A look at the defensive problems with Pro Football Focus, from Stephanie Stradley.
Peyton Manning was No. 8 on the NFL Network’s list of all-time players. (Video.)
John Clayton told JMV he thinks Anthony Gonzalez is out for a significant period of time, writes Stampede Blue. Anthony Calhoun reports the same.
Make a big mistake and coaches and management usually do their best to help you out, writes Phillip Wilson.
Jim Caldwell is navigating all the distractions, says Bob Kravitz.
Clint Session’s availability is in doubt, says Mike Chappell.
Session is not going on IR at this point, says Aaron Wilson.
The defensive challenge is to slow Michael Vick, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Looking at specifics of injuries like Session’s, with Laura Calaway.
Terrance Knighton is heeding the advice of his grandmother, says Tania Ganguli.
Courtney Greene and Don Carey were both fined for hits against the Cowboys, says Vito Stellino.
The Jags are becoming a good story, says Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Vince Manuwai powered through, says Alfie Crow.
A close look at David Garrard, with Andrew Hofheimer.
The Titans have to find ways to get Randy Moss involved, says Jim Wyatt.
David Climer gives a thumbs up to the Moss move.
Playing with what Moss has said in the past, with Climer.
Mike Heimerdinger sees Moss as a good fit, says David Boclair.
The Moss addition is a good one, says Mike Wilkening. (Hat tip to Music City Miracles.)
Could Vince Young become like Daunte Culpepper, asks Shutdown Corner.
Ernie Sims got a $50,000 fine for a hit on Lavelle Hawkins, says Marcus Hayes.