Tuesday, November 22, 2011
RTC: Colts' 2-minute drill lacking punch
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Andre Johnson’s ready to move from rehab back to playing, while Matt Leinart’s working on a different sort of rehab with a second act of his career, says Jeffrey Martin of the Houston Chronicle.
Danieal Manning returned to practice and could play in Jacksonville, says John McClain of the Chronicle.
The Texans worked out five quarterbacks on Monday -- Kellen Clemens, Trent Edwards, Brodie Croyle, Jeff Garcia and Chase Clement. They’ll likely sign one after they get a second opinion/verdict on Matt Schaub Wednesday, says McClain.
Football Outsiders is impressed with the Texans' balance, says Stephanie Stradley.
Whether it's Curtis Painter or Dan Orlovsky under center, the Colts’ offense must show life, show much better ball security and alleviate the pressure on a shaken team, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
The 2-minute drill lacks some serious punch, says Phil Richards of the Star.
A recap of Bill Polian’s radio show from Brad Wells of Stampede Blue. You’ll find all the usual contradictions.
Jack Del Rio said he didn’t have any big issues with the end-of-game sequence for the Jaguars in Cleveland. Vito Stellino of the Times-Union runs through it all.
The Jaguars didn’t offer injury updates for defensive end Matt Roth or linebacker Clint Session, says Tania Ganguli of the T-U.
Matt Hasselbeck had a sore elbow and forearm but is expected to start Sunday against the Buccaneers, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
The Titans let LeGarrette Blount go after training camp last year. Now they’ll try to stop a guy who runs angry when they face the Bucs, says Wyatt.