Friday, November 26, 2010
RTC: Spotting the ball an inexact science
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage …
Chris Johnson is eager for a big game with Arian Foster on the other side, says Jeffrey Martin.
N.D. Kalu and John McClain review the Texans’ defense. (Video.)
Would you trade Gary Kubiak for Mike Sherman, asks Richard Justice.
Catching up on Bob McNair’s recent review from McClain.
Spotting the football is an inexact science, says Curt Cavin.
Philip Rivers leads the league’s most potent offense, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz envisions Thanksgiving with the Colts.
In retirement, Tony Dungy’s quiet voice is everywhere, says Rachel Cohen.
Assessing Pierre Garcon with John Oehser.
Hope for the best, expect the worst from Bob Sanders. That’s Stampede Blue’s approach, anyway.
Maurice Jones-Drew has an abdomen injury.
A selfish approach works for the Giants defensive linemen, says Tania Ganguli.
The Giants’ inside-outside combination of Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw is what concerns Vic Ketchman.
Mike Heimerdinger will coach Sunday before starting chemotherapy on Monday, says Jim Wyatt.
Will Witherspoon thinks his $40,000 fine is excessive, says Wyatt and John Glennon.
Pete Prisco and Clark Judge face off over Vince Young.
Bud Adams sent the wrong message by not backing Jeff Fisher, says John McClain.
If the Titans are going anywhere, it’ll be because of their defense and special teams says Vince Verhei.
Examining the third-down defense against Washington with Tom Gower.
The Texans and Titans are both hoping for a rebound, says Ashlan Williams.