Monday, November 8, 2010
Reading the coverage: Kubiak criticism
By Paul Kuharsky
A Chargers rally left the Texans at 4-4, says John McClain.
Jerome Solomon rips Gary Kubiak's too-quick quarterback sneak call on a giant fourth down.
The offense wasted too many chances, says Dale Robertson.
Kareem Jackson got torched by Seyi Ajirotutu, says Jeffrey Martin.
Kubiak was confused by a crucial intentional grounding call, say the Chronicle’s crew.
It was a loss filled with familiar storylines, says Richard Justice.
The report card from John McClain.
Same old Texans, says Lance Zierlein.
Alan Burge takes a shot at what Bob McNair is thinking.
Michael Vick and the Eagles snapped the Colts’ three-game winning streak, says Phil Richards.
The Colts had too few players and too few answers, says Bob Kravitz.
A scary hit on Austin Collie brought the injury debate to the forefront again, says Mike Chappell.
Donald Brown and Javarris James filled in OK for Joseph Addai and Mike Hart but it wasn’t enough, says Chappell.
Michael Vick makes the Eagles a lot better, says Clark Judge.
Vick’s dual-threat work outdid Peyton Manning, says Thomas George.
Vick’s star is ascending, says Clifton Brown.
It was remarkable that the Colts were even in it at the end, says John Oehser.
Vick and his laser spirals outplayed Manning, says Nate Dunlevy.
Marcedes Lewis had a giant first half of the season, says Vito Stellino.
Will the Jaguars be better than they have been after the bye, asks Jonathan Loesche.
Randy Moss arrived in Nashville, says Jim Wyatt.
Even with Moss, the rest of the Titans' road is tough, says John Glennon.
A midseason report card from David Boclair.
A midseason report card from Terry McCormick.