Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Reading the coverage: Turnovers still Houston issue
By Paul Kuharsky
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
The AFC South makes a good showing in Peter King’s midseason All-Pro team and in his midseason awards.
The Colts and Peyton Manning and the Titans and Jeff Fisher make appearances in Don Banks’ midseason report.
Turnovers remain a major issue, and Matt Schaub and Steve Slaton are the two major culprits, says John McClain.
A review of the season so far, from Alan Burge.
Aaron Schatz explains why Brian Cushing is his rookie of the year.
John Oehser’s midseason review: Offense; defense and special teams.
The story of Colts community spokesman Josh Bleill, who lost his legs in Iraq when serving as a Marine, from Phil Richards.
A first look at Jaguars-Jets, from Michael C. Wright.
A Q&A with Brian Witherspoon, from Wright.
No Jaguars made Pro Football Weekly’s Midseason All-Pro Team, says Wright.
The Marines did a lot for Ahmard Hall, writes Vince Casey.
Five things Jim Wyatt knows about the Titans include an expectation that it’s only a matter of time before Gerald McRath is in the lineup.
The Titans added linebacker Eric Bakhtiari to their practice squad, says Gary Estwick.
Jevon Kearse says his knee issues date back to problems in Philly, says Terry McCormick.
Steve McNair’s widow’s been cleared to sell his Nashville restaurant.
Jim Trotter's predictions for the second half include Vince Young quarterbacking the Titans beyond this year and Chris Johnson continuing to churn out highlights.