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Friday, December 3, 2010
RTC: Jim Irsay opens Twitter account

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Reading the coverage…

Houston Texans

It was the old fade pattern, says John McClain.

Just another squandered opportunity, says Richard Justice.

The failure to finish was a familiar scenario, says Jon Marks.

Andre Johnson played through an ankle injury, write McClain and Dale Robertson.

McClain’s report card.

Alan Burge wishes the Texans could blow the stuff up already.

Indianapolis Colts

Sunday’s Dallas-Indianapolis game brings together the league’s two most popular teams, says Phil Richards.

Jim Irsay has joined the Twitter world, says Bob Kravitz.

Jim Caldwell was told the league missed a pass interference call in the San Diego game, says Mike Chappell.

Peyton Manning doesn’t look like he’ll be MVP. Here’s who may be from Phillip B. Wilson.

Here’s why the Colts can’t just draft a left tackle, from Nate Dunlevy. Like I’ve said, it’s why they have to target one and move up for him.

It seems that the one thing Donald Brown was drafted to do is something the Colts don't do anymore, says Stampede Blue.

Jacksonville Jaguars

A playoff ticket plan is in the works, says Vito Stellino. This is not at all unusual for a team still in contention at this point in the season.

The Jaguars are ready for the chippy Cortland Finnegan, says Tania Ganguli.

Stellino and Ganguli preview the Jaguars-Titans game. (Video.)

Vic Ketchman can’t wait to watch.

The Jaguars need a guy who can take the ball away, says Mike Corrao.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans don’t believe they lack control, says John Glennon.

Randy Moss is concerned with wins not catches, writes Jim Wyatt.

Marques Douglas made an impact, says Glennon and Wyatt.

Tennessee wants to slow down Maurice Jones-Drew.

Faith Hill’s streak is over, says Bob McClellan. She’s finally picked against the Titans.