Wednesday, September 19, 2012
AFC South links: Injuries limit Jags' offense
By ESPN.com staff
A preview of the Texans' upcoming matchup with the Broncos from the Denver Post.
The Texans look even more dangerous this season than they did last year, writes SI.com's Kerry J. Byrne, who provides stats showing just how dominant the Texans have been on defense.
The Texans, at No. 4, are the highest-rated AFC team in John McClain's NFL power rankings.
Where do the Colts fall in media rankings of NFL teams? The Indianapolis Star has compiled the info.
Andrew Luck was a "two-minute master" in the Colts' win over the Vikings, writes Bleacher Report's Nate Dunlevy.
Injuries have tied offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski's hands when it comes to creative use of formations, writes Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
As the Jaguars and Colts prepare to square off Sunday, O'Halloran provides some notes on both teams. Blaine Gabbert had an 82.3 rating in two games against the Colts last season.
The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt has five noteworthy numbers for the Titans heading into Week 3.
The Titans-Lions game is now officially a sellout, writes Wyatt.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was asked about the Titans during an interview with WXYT in Detroit. Stafford: “[The Titans] are a talented young team, they’re a talented young defense, they have some good players at the back end, a couple of guys that can rush the passer so we will have our work cut out for us. This is a team that is going back home and has the potential to really go off. They have skill position guys on offense that are among the best in the NFL at their position so we have our work cut out for us.”